Hunter's Touch

Hunter's Touch

by Janis Reams Hudson
Hunter's Touch

Hunter's Touch

by Janis Reams Hudson



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Bess Dulaney and Hunter McDougall have loved each other since they were too young to fully understand what that meant. Then Hunter realized that he could not yet give Bess the life she deserved. His pride would not let him marry her and take her to live in his dirt-floor cabin. But he loved her so much, wanted her so much, that he didn't trust himself around her. So he tries to keep her at arm's length.

Bess fears his actions mean he no longer loves her. After two years of agony, she decides it's time for proof that he still loves her. She confronts him at his cabin, but before she can get his declaration of love she so desperately wants, a gang of vicious outlaws bursts in on them and kidnaps Bess.

Hunter is not a half Arapaho warrior for nothing. He trails the gang and rescues Bess. But something is drastically wrong. A head wound has left Bess with no memory of Hunter, of her past. No memory, even, of herself. Yet still, she falls in love with him. Hunter is left to pray that the girl who once loved the boy he used to be, would still love the man he now was.

And he must kill the outlaws who hurt her.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014208284
Publisher: Janis Reams Hudson
Publication date: 04/03/2012
Series: Arapaho Touch , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 348
Sales rank: 889,455
File size: 333 KB

About the Author

Janis Reams Hudson, former president of Romance Writers of America, has published more than 40 Romance novels, both Western Historical and Contemporary. She has won the National Readers' Choice Award, two Colorado Romance Writers Awards of Excellence, a Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award, and is a three-time RITA Finalist. She and her husband Ron live in Oklahoma City, where their dogs Pookie and Buttercup take them on daily walks.
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