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Redheads like Maggie O'Connell are nothing but trouble. But Trace Rawlins, a former army ranger turned private investigator, takes the case anyway. After all, he knows a thing or two about women.

Trace can sense that something is wrong—Maggie isn't telling him everything. If these menacing calls and messages are real, why won't the police help her? And if they aren't real, what is she hiding?

As Trace digs deeper to find the source of Maggie's ...

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Overview

Redheads like Maggie O'Connell are nothing but trouble. But Trace Rawlins, a former army ranger turned private investigator, takes the case anyway. After all, he knows a thing or two about women.

Trace can sense that something is wrong—Maggie isn't telling him everything. If these menacing calls and messages are real, why won't the police help her? And if they aren't real, what is she hiding?

As Trace digs deeper to find the source of Maggie's threats, he discovers a secret that no one was meant to uncover. And the only puzzle left to be solved is whether the danger comes from an unknown stalker…or from the woman he's trying his hardest not to fall for.

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Editorial Reviews

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"With the first novel of her new Raines of Wind Canyon trilogy, Martin brings us a rugged hero, a strong-willed heroine, and a story filled with romance, grit, tension and suspense set in the Wyoming mountains. Martin definitely delivers."-Romantic Times on Against the Wind

"After reading the first book about the Raines brothers, I knew Kat Martin would have to do something pretty amazing to make her second book as much of a joy to read. As soon as I opened the book, I realized that she has succeeded. The second book is as amazing as the first. Ms. Martin continues to draw her readers into the stories of these three wonderful brothers...."-Suspense Romance Writers on Against the Fire, 10/10

"Once you start Against the Law, be prepared not to stop until you've reached the end. With its nonstop action, nail biting episodes mixed with some sizzling love scenes, this is one I highly recommend."—Romance Reviews Today

"Kat Martin is one of the best authors around! She has an incredible gift for writing."
-Literary Times

"Martin dishes up sizzling passion and true love, then serves it up with savoir faire."
-Los Angeles Daily News

"4½ quills! Ms. Martin has struck the mother load in her AGAINST series. Against the Law is her third installment in the series and by far the most powerfully intense romantic suspense with its charismatic characters, a story line that defies gravity with enough endorphins and adrenaline driven that even the Die Hard series can't hold a candle to this brilliantly written series. Ms. Martin is a true mistress of the written word that never disappoints her readers."-Romantic Crush Junkies

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780778312925
  • Publisher: Mira
  • Publication date: 10/25/2011
  • Series: Raines of Wind Canyon Series , #4
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 256,986
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.50 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Kat Martin is the New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty historical and contemporary romance novels. To date she has over 13 million copies of her books in print in seventeen countries, including Sweden, France, Russia, Spain, Japan, Argentina, Poland, and Greece. Kat and her husband, author Larry Jay Martin, live on their ranch outside Missoula, Montana, and spend winters at their beach house in California. Kat invites you to visit her website at www.KatMartin.com.

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Houston, Texas

Snow Dogs. Trace Rawlins sat at a table in back of the Texas Cafe thinking of his client and her white rapper husband, Bobby Jordane, the lead singer of the wildly successful rap music group, the Snow Dogs.

It seemed the perfect name for the mangy group, who sang about decadent society yet seemed to be the root of the problem. Only Bobby was married, his beautiful wife of the last three years was a creamy cocoa-skinned African American. Why she had ever married the guy, aside from his seven-figure bank account, Trace couldn't imagine.

Apparently, Shawna had come to the same conclusion, for she sat a few tables away next to her attorney, Evan Schofield, there for a meeting with Bobby.

Bobby Jordane was a wife beater par excellence, and he was extremely unhappy that Shawna had filed for divorce. But Schofield had managed to set up a meeting at a neutral location kept secret from the media, in the hope something could actually be accomplished.

The restaurant was old and narrow, with wooden floors and a long, varnished-wood lunch counter, a place for locals where a guy like Bobby wouldn't even be recognized. This time of day, the lunch crowd was gone and it was too early for dinner patrons. Only two other tables were occupied, one by an older man and his wife drinking chocolate shakes, another by two young women eating hamburgers. One of them was a foxy redhead Trace tried not to notice, but his gaze wandered back to her again and again.

Unfortunately, he seemed to have a penchant for trouble where redheads were concerned.

He returned his thoughts to the meeting at hand, which was supposed to include only Bobby and his attorney, Shawna and Evan Schofield, Trace's longtime friend.

But Bobby was a hothead, and Evan was no fool. He didn't trust Bobby, and neither did Trace. Everyone in Houston had read about the couple's fiery clashes and Bobby's out-of-control behavior, which recently had landed him in jail. Shawna had threatened to file a restraining order, and Evan had hired Trace, a private detective and the owner of Atlas Security, to keep a protective eye on his client.

The bell above the cafe door rang, flipping the little ruffled curtain above the glass. True to form, Bobby sauntered in without his attorney, just the other two obnoxious members of the Snow Dogs.

Clyde "The Mountain" Thibodaux hailed from New Orleans. Big, bald and tattooed, he was bare-chested beneath his leather vest. A small black goatee clung to his chin.

Lenny Finks, known to his fans as Lenny the Sphinx, was the nerd of the group. Skinny and homely, with kinky auburn hair, he was the talent behind the act, the guy who wrote the music, though Trace refused to call it that. Lenny was harmless, except for the viperous tongue he used to lash at the group's critics. He was a necessary component and the reason for the group's unbelievable success.

Bobby himself was as tall as Trace, about six-two, and as lean and solidly built. Having taken years of martial arts, Bobby thought he was a tough guy. Trace flicked a glance at the bruises on Shawna Jordane's beautiful face, clamped down on a surge of anger and wished he could show him ex-Ranger tough.

Instead, he tipped back his white straw cowboy hat, shifted in his chair and sipped his coffee, his gaze fixed on Bobby, who swaggered over to Shawna's table, his friends close behind.

"Hey, babe."

"Hello, Bobby." Her voice held the faint edge of fear.

Bobby turned a hard look on the man beside her. "So…Evan…you wanted me to come down here so we could have a little chat. Is that right?"

The lawyer, a slender man with sandy brown hair and intelligent eyes, sat up a little straighter in his chair. "I was hoping we might be able to make some progress in the matter of your divorce," he said.

Bobby shifted, his legs splayed in a belligerent stance. "You get my wife to file for divorce and you want me to come here so we can talk?" Reaching out, he grabbed Evan by his red-striped power tie and hauled him to his feet. Shawna screamed and Trace went into action.

Tossing Lenny out of the way like the skinny little runt he was, he reached out and grabbed hold of the back of Bobby's black, silver dragon T-shirt. Trace spun him around, waited an instant for Bobby to throw the first punch, then ducked and nailed him solidly in the jaw. Bobby went down like a sack of wheat, his head hitting the wooden floor with a melonlike thump that had his eyes rolling back in his head.

"You son of a bitch!" Clyde's blunt, meaty hands balled into fists as he lumbered forward, swinging a roundhouse punch meant to send a man to his knees. Trace ducked, turned a little and threw a straight-from-the-shoulder blow that sank four inches into the big man's stomach. Clyde grunted, doubled over, and Trace took him out with an uppercut to the chin.

Blood gushed from his nose and Clyde flew backward, knocking over a table and sending the surprised older couple scrambling out of the way. It was exactly the kind of thing Evan Schofield had hoped to prevent when he had hired Trace.

"Sorry, buddy."

Evan held up a hand. "Not your fault. I should have known this wouldn't work." He grinned. "Besides, it was worth it to see Bobby get what he had coming."

Shaking off the ache in his hand, Trace reached down and picked up his cowboy hat, settled it once more on his head. Lenny stood next to Bobby with his mouth gaping and his eyes wide. "Y-you shouldn't have done that."

"You don't think so?"

"Bobby…Bobby's gonna be really mad."

Trace chuckled softly. "If you're smart, you'll get him out of here before somebody calls the police. He doesn't need any more trouble."

Evan pulled out Shawna's chair. "Let's go."

She rose shakily to her feet and turned to Trace.

"Thank you, Mr. Rawlins. You have no idea how good that made me feel."

A corner of his mouth edged up. "Oh, I think I do."

Shawna turned and started walking, but before she had reached the door, a camera flashed, capturing her retreat. Then the photographer turned toward the man moaning softly on the floor. The camera flashed again and again, taking photos of Bobby Jordane that would be wildly embarrassing to a guy with an ego as massive as his.

Trace inwardly cursed. The redhead. Just as he'd figured, they were nothing but trouble.

Striding toward her, he reached out and jerked the camera from her hands, turned it around and deleted the last series of digital photos.

"Hey! What do you think you're doing? You can't do that!"

"Nice camera," Trace said. Walking over to the lunch counter, he handed it to Betty Sparks, the owner of the cafe.

The sexy redhead raced along behind him. "Listen, whoever you are—that's my camera! You can't just—"

"I just did. And you can have it back as soon as they're gone." Trace tipped his hat to the redhead and her friend, a tall, svelte brunette a year or two older. "Have a nice afternoon, ladies."

Turning, he strolled out of the café.

"Did you see that? Oh, my God!" The brunette's attention followed the man who strode down the sidewalk outside the window. "Who was that gorgeous hunk?"

Maggie O'Connell's gaze jerked toward the window just as the tall, lanky cowboy in the white straw hat disappeared from view. "What are you talking about?

That bastard just ruined my pictures. Bobby Jordane and his estranged wife? You know how much photos like that are worth?"

Maggie turned at the sound of a groan, saw the guy with the kinky hair—Lenny the Sphinx, his fans called him—help Bobby to his feet. Clyde the Mountain swayed upward until he was standing. Wordlessly, the small group staggered toward the door.

Maggie looked longingly at the lady who held her camera, but the older woman just shook her head.

Maggie sighed. She wouldn't be getting photos of Bobby Jordane sprawled on the old plank floor, beaten to a pulp. Not today.

"I hate to remind you, but you aren't the tabloid type," said her best friend, Roxanne De Mers. "You didn't come here to take pictures. You came for a late lunch with a friend. It just turned out to be a little more exciting than we planned."

Roxy swung back to the window, watching the rap stars as they made their way to the long white limo waiting out front. "I wonder who he was."

Maggie didn't have to ask who her friend was talking about. The cowboy was, at the very least, impressive. Tall and lean, with wide shoulders and slim hips, he had thick, dark hair neatly trimmed, golden-brown eyes and a set of biceps that were impossible to miss.

Still, she didn't appreciate his interference in her business. As the limo door closed, shutting the three men inside, she walked over to the counter to collect her camera, which the broad-hipped woman readily handed back to her.

"So who was he?" Maggie asked, nodding toward the window. "The Lone Ranger out there…what was his name?"

"You a reporter?"

"I'm a photographer. Mostly I do outdoor shots. I just saw an opportunity and took it—or tried to."

"Sorry it didn't pan out."

"Me, too. I can always use a little extra money."

"Name's Betty Sparks," the woman said. "Me and my husband, Bill, own this place."

"Nice to meet you, Betty. I'm Maggie O'Connell. You make a great burger."

"Thanks."

The woman, who was in her late fifties, with a cap of short, curly gray hair, tipped her head toward the door. "His name's Trace Rawlins. Owns Atlas Security. He's a private investigator."

Walking up beside Maggie, Roxanne sighed dramatically, a hand over her heart. "I think I'm in love."

"The redhead's got a better chance," Betty said. "Trace has a weakness for 'em."

"No, thanks. I don't do cowboys."

Betty chuckled. "If I was twenty years younger, I'd dye my hair."

Maggie laughed. "How much do we owe you?" She walked over to the purse hanging on the back of her wooden chair and started digging for her wallet.

"On the house," Betty said. "It's the least I can do."

Maggie smiled. "Thanks."

"You new in the neighborhood?"

She nodded. "I just bought one of those town houses they built a few blocks away. Vaulted ceiling upstairs. Good north light, great place to work, you know?"

"Welcome, then. Maybe we'll see you again."

"If it's always this much fun in here," Roxanne said, "I'm sure you will."

Betty just laughed.

Maggie put her Nikon back in its case and slung the straps of the camera bag and her purse over her shoulder. Roxanne tossed a couple bills on the table for a tip, and the two walked out the door.

"You know that trouble you been having?" Roxy said.

Maggie paused. "What about it?"

"That cowboy…he's in the security business and he's an investigator. He might be able to help you."

Maggie started to argue, to say she didn't need any help. Then she thought of the way Trace Rawlins had handled those three men. "I hope it doesn't come to something like that."

But it might and both of them knew it. For more than a month, someone had been following her, phoning her and hanging up, leaving messages on the windshield of her car. So far it hadn't been more than that, but it was frightening just the same.

When she got home, she was going to look up the number for Atlas Security.

And write it down beside Trace Rawlins's name.

Trace returned to the Atlas Security office on Times Street. He lived in a house in the University District not far away, a place with a yard for Rowdy, his black-and-white border collie, with big shady trees and an old-fashioned, covered front porch. When his dad died, Trace had inherited the house along with the business, a company his father had started when he first got out of the army.

Seth Rawlins had been a Ranger, a tough son of a bitch. Following in his footsteps, Trace had also enlisted and become a Ranger, figuring on a career in the military. Then six years ago, his dad had been killed in a car accident and Trace had come home to take over the business as he knew his father would have wished.

He slowed his dark green Jeep Grand Cherokee, pulled into the parking area in front of his office and turned off the engine. Recently, he had purchased the two-story brick structure—or rather, he and the bank owned it together until he paid off the mortgage. Which, since his profits were up and he was making double payments, he hoped wouldn't take too long.

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  • Posted November 1, 2011

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    Why is it that the one thing you want the most is the last thing you should have?

    Maggie O'Connell is a well respected professional photographer with a great life, a future of success, and numerous professional accolades. Her philanthropic deeds have made her well respected in Houston which is one of the many reasons she is questioning why someone appears to be stalking her. Maggie needs help in figuring what these creepy notes mean and how they broke into her home. She turns to Trace Rawlins, a reliable private detective and ex-Army Ranger who is absolutely a cool drink on a hot Texas day.

    Trace has always had a weakness for redheads and this one in particular is really ramping up his "I want that" meter. Trace is dedicated to his business and realizes that mixing some great pleasure in the "she is a client" pot is a recipe for disaster. So concentrating his efforts on finding whoever is after Maggie and stopping this person quickly because whoever it is has decided to ramp up their actions and is getting more aggressive with each passing day. Despite other cases that may distract him, his one true goal right now is to find the stalker and stop whoever it is.

    The one clear objective Trace had was the truth and it appears Maggie is still holding back some important details he needs to know. She doesn't tell him all her secrets, refuses to acknowledge that anyone in her past could be the problem, and just won't let Trace know her true feelings. Trace has been burned and knows the pain that comes with betrayal but in order to make their personal and working relationship work Maggie has to stop the smoke and mirror routine and give everything to their partnership.

    When the security system fails, Maggie's house is set on fire, and tracking devices are found, Trace knows it is time to set the trap. His plan is brilliant and will work if Maggie can keep her cool and play her part without going off the script. Trace won't admit his feelings for her but they are true and run deep so nothing is going to harm a hair on that perfect red head of hers - you can take that to the bank.

    As a fan of Kat Martin's and in particular this series I was looking forward to where she was going with the books. The wait was worth it as this book is a total delight with a Texas background, great storyline and well developed characters. Ms. Martin knows how to entertain the reader by giving them just enough information to make sure they are so intrigued you never want to put the book down or have it end. This book is a sure winner and great addition to the series.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2012

    Loved all of the Raines of Wind Canyon books (so far). Thank you

    Loved all of the Raines of Wind Canyon books (so far). Thank you.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2012

    Against thr stormg Againn Against the storm

    Great read! Good series

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2012

    Kat Martin's Against the Storm

    Great book...spent the weekend reading the series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 18, 2012

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    Kat Martin does it again....Great Read!!

    Redheads like Maggie O'Connell are nothing but trouble. But Trace Rawlins, a former army ranger turned private investigator, takes the case anyway. After all, he knows a thing or two about women. Trace can sense that something is wrong—Maggie isn't telling him everything. If these menacing calls and messages are real, why won't the police help her? And if they aren't real, what is she hiding? As Trace digs deeper to find the source of Maggie's threats, he discovers a secret that no one was meant to uncover. And the only puzzle left to be solved is whether the danger comes from an unknown stalker… or from the woman he's trying his hardest not to fall for. Kat Martin writes powerful stories that sweep the reader along for a fast paced ride. Trace and Maggie both have issues from their past that help shape who they are now. Their love story has twists and turns but it's well worth the journey. What follows is a suspenseful, wildly romantic story, which will have you turning the pages to find the outcome. Ms. Martin is very good at delivering a suspenseful mystery interlaced with the right amount of romance. Even the side story of Maggie's sister is a great addition. I recommend Against the Storm to anyone who enjoys suspenseful mysteries and spicy romances. It is a quick, easy, and delightful read. I am looking forward to the next book in the series entitled, Against the Night which is being released February 28th.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2012

    recommended highly.. a must to read

    Kat Martin has done it again. Just about the time you figure all is good and they know who it is, you're wrong. You know Trace is going to come out the hero, he has to but the things our hero has to go through to win is what keeps you wanting more with each page you read. You just don't want the book to end but it will and it ends great. Can't wait for the next one..

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2011

    The best

    I loved the book I can't wait for the next book in the Against The series

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2011

    Kat Martin is great!

    I enjoyed all the books in this series. Can't wait till the next one comes out

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2014

    Me

    J: It could have been so much better with a little less "hot, steamy romance." The story line was actually pretty exciting and suspenseful, but parts of it read like a cheep porn novel. A few times is great to establish the relationship, but then it becomes just more of the same and really adds nothing to the story. I found myself skipping over much of it to get back to the story. This author is way too good for this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2014

    I Also Recommend:

    This is the 1st book in the Raines series and I fell in love wit

    This is the 1st book in the Raines series and I fell in love with it. Great book, with great characters. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2012

    Cat/clan of the day

    Put your name or your clans name here to be put in the paper. If u r signing up your clan, put were it is lovated

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2012

    APPRENTICE DEN

    APPRENTICE DEN

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2012

    Kat Martin

    book4. Still in love with the series, author, characters... It's an addiction for sure. Can't wait to see what is in store with the next book!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Blaze

    Oh

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Ravenwing

    SHES OK

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    Apprentice's Den

    The Apprentice's Den is a gorse bush. At the center of the gorse bush is a old tree stump. The apprentices can jump on the stump and tell stories of training with their mentors. Becsuse of this, the apprentice's den is sometimes called "Home of the Story Stump."

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2012

    Great book

    Looooveeed it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2012

    Bluestar

    *She heads to rain warrior*

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2012

    Darkflame

    Youre stormkit if you wanna be my kit..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2012

    Great read -you must check this out

    This is a good series and is enjoyable to read

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