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LONE WOLF'S WOMAN
by Carol Finch

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1880 Kansas

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Half-breed bounty hunter Vince Lone Wolf's reputation follows him no matter where he goes. He's on an outlaw's trail when he's accosted by Julia Preston, who insists he help her find the man who shot her brother, Adam.

Lone Wolf reluctantly agrees. Julia knows she's not the perfect lady, but she's the kind of woman Lone Wolf finds appealing. When it becomes necessary for them to "marry" to protect Julia's reputation, Lone Wolf finds the idea appealing. He's enchanted by Julia, likes
her brother and finds being part of a family healing. But trouble comes fast
and furious as Lone Wolf and Julia attempt to expose some rustlers and
a killer.

As always, Finch provides frying-pan-into-the-fire action that keeps the pages flying, then spices up her story with not one, but two, romances, sensuality and strong emotions. SENSUAL (Nov., 350 pp., $5.50)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: November 2005

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