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HEART OF THE NIGHT
by Gayle Wilson

Genre: Series

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Cassie Miles' Avenging Angels return this month in A REAL ANGEL (4H), and it is a real treat! An arrogant avenger is sent to investigate the death of a movie stunt coordinator. The job requires him to take on mortal form and his mortal self can't fight attraction for the movie's animal handler. With a perfect blend of warmth, humor and mystery, this book is a sure thing.

A Native American mother promises her son she will bring a healer home to save her father-in-law, but first she must save the healer from a false murder charge. Aimee Thurlo once again brings her cultural expertise to readers in HER HERO (4H) with her usual wonderful storytelling.

A reporter covering a serial bomber thinks the lead she's after might be found in the killer's one survivor, a judge who has stayed in seclusion for three years since the incident. In HEART OF THE NIGHT (4), Gayle Wilson has created a dark and chilling intrigue destined to keep readers up at night.

Raised as a foster child, a young woman was finally getting the family she'd always wanted on her wedding day to a state senator. Then a horror from her past sets out to ruin it all. Now, two years later, she is forced to face it all again. Although the plot depends a little too much on lack of communication, Joanna Wayne's marvelous characters make FAMILY TIES (3) an enjoyable read.

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: (unknown)

Published: Nov 1997

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