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MISCHIEF is another masterpiece form Catherine Hart. Filled with love, laughter and adventure from the first chapter to the last, here is a sparkling gem to treasure!

Wells Fargo agent, Morgan Stone is working undercover as a bartender in Dodge City to catch a gang of train robbers. When the saloon's owner, Angus Burns, becomes ill Morgan finds himself working for Burns' Boston-bred, debutante daughter, Heather.

Pampered, spoiled and beautiful, Heather doesn't have the faintest idea of how to take care of herself. First her train was robbed and now she's in charge of a saloon and the exasperating rogue, Morgan Stone, an accused outlaw. Heather decides to make some changes and begins selling Baptist lemonade to her father's customers and instructing the saloon girls in etiquette.

When Heather becomes the victim of a series of accidents, Morgan gets her out of town, but a tornado and their pent up desire for each other sweep them away.

(Sept., 384 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill Brager