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HUNTER'S TOUCH
by Janis Reams Hudson

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1880s Colorado Territory

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Bess Dulaney must know why Hunter MacGregor, who shes been in love for years, is ignoring her. Shes determined to get him any way she can. Bess doesnt expect to be kidnapped by a gang.

Hunter, who has been making sure he can provide for Bess before he proposes, becomes enraged when the outlaws shoot him and grab Bess. He rescues her, but in their escape she hits her head and loses
her memory. Now, they have the unique opportunity to rebuild their relationship.

Bess is unable to resist the mutual attraction he shares with this new, bolder Bess. Yet, there are others who fear the moment Bess regains her memory and unmasks their evil intent.

With her always-wonderful storytelling talents, Janice Reams Hudson spins atender tale, bringing readers back into the Dulaney and MacGregor lives. These intelligent, engaging characters capture the aura of the West as they rediscover love. SENSUAL (Oct., 350 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: October 1999

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