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by Pam Crooks

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: 1897 Texas

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Crooks' solid understanding of the West and human nature adds another dimension to a story rife with misunderstandings, guilt and adventure.

TJ Grier paid the price for
a crime he didn't commit. Now a free man, he's only interested in his racehorse and clearing his name. Like everyone on the ranch, Callie Mae Locket thought TJ a hero until he killed her brother, Danny. She despises him, but she needs his help to stop developers from buying up ranch property, and to get it she'll have to be "kidnapped" and ride with TJ on a hunt for his
missing stallion.

What begins as a wild horse chase of an adventure grows into a love story and Callie Mae's search for the truth about what happened the night her brother died. Old passions flare as startling truths are revealed. (Harlequin, Jun., 350 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: June 2008

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