Nighthawk's Child

Nighthawk's Child

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by Linda Turner
     
 

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"Marry me, and I'll give you back your name...and your baby."

In the hearts and minds of Whitehorn, Montana, Gavin Nighthawk was guilty of murder. But Summer Kincaid's spirit--her very soul--whispered that he was innocent. True, Gavin had a Big Sky-size chip on his shoulder concerning his Native American heritage, but Summer knew him to be a

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"Marry me, and I'll give you back your name...and your baby."

In the hearts and minds of Whitehorn, Montana, Gavin Nighthawk was guilty of murder. But Summer Kincaid's spirit--her very soul--whispered that he was innocent. True, Gavin had a Big Sky-size chip on his shoulder concerning his Native American heritage, but Summer knew him to be a healer...and a loving father. So to protect her childhood friend and his baby, she married Gavin, knowing the legitimizing power of the Kincaid name. And then she promptly lost her heart--something she'd vowed not to do. Something as unstoppable as the final judgment regarding her husband's future....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426869518
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
10/01/2010
Series:
Montana Mavericks , #39
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
173,369
File size:
531 KB

Meet the Author



Born in San Antonio, Texas, Linda Turner and her identical twin sister, Brenda, were known throughout the neighborhood in which they grew up simply as "Twin."

No one except their parents and their older brother could tell them apart. They dressed alike, wore their hair alike, and even had the same glasses, so it wasn't surprising that they were stared at everywhere they went.

Consequently, when Linda announced at the age of 25 that she was going to start writing romance novels, she wasn't surprised when Brenda said, "I don't care how famous your name gets, just make sure your face doesn't become recognizable!"

Needless to say, Linda's face isn't known in every household in the U.S.--yet. Recently, she spent six weeks taking screenwriting classes at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and she's made no secret of the fact that she plans to write and--hopefully--sell a screenplay in the new millennium.

And her ambitions don't stop there. She already has her dress for the Oscars.

Sorry, Brenda.

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