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MOUNTAIN WILD
by Stacey Kayne

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1875 Wyoming

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Kayne's strong and appealing characters and colorful western setting deliver just the right amount of flavor to a tough and tender story, one that will please western readers.

Margaret Grace Stafford
was treated like a princess until her father's death and her brother's rage sent her fleeing their home. Rescued
by a mountain man, she became Mad Mag and learns to survive in the wilderness. She's happy in her isolated world, until she rescues wounded rancher Garrett Daines.

Garrett awakens the woman deep inside Maggie, and as his caresses arouse her passion, Maggie realizes she's no longer safe from the outside world. After Garrett returns to his ranch he cannot forget Maggie, and when he needs her the most she appears to save him again. But the past and a vicious madman threaten Maggie and Garret's happiness. Will she be brave enough to reclaim her place as Margaret Stafford and stop a hanging? (HARLEQUIN, Jul., 300 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: July 2009

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