The Lawman Who Loved Her (Harlequin Intrigue Series #620)

The Lawman Who Loved Her (Harlequin Intrigue Series #620)

by Mallory Kane

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ISBN-13: 9781460350669
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 10/15/2014
Series: Harlequin Intrigue Series , #620
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 637,359
File size: 568 KB

About the Author

Mallory Kane has 2  great reasons for loving to write. Her mother, a librarian, taught her to love and respect books. Her father could hold listeners spellbound for hours with his stories. His oral histories are chronicled in numerous places including the Library of Congress Veterans' History Project. He was always her biggest fan.

She has published 26 books for Harlequin Intrigue. She lives in Tennessee with her Renaissance husband and two very smart cats.

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HEAT RISES IN THE LINE OF FIRE and as Dana Maxwell gazed into the steely eyes of the officer assigned to protect her from a madman, her senses burned hot. Here was the one man guaranteed to turn her orderly world inside out. Tall, dark and devastatingly charming Cody Maxwell Dana's former husband.

Cody's worst enemy would kill Dana to get to him and Cody vowed on his badge and his honor that it would never happen. Being in his care would make Dana spitting mad, but Cody trusted her safety to no one else. Danger had once torn them apart now it tied them together for a reckoning long overdue!

What People are Saying About This

Charles Wilson

Mallory Kane delivers chilling suspense and sizzling romance in one neat package in The Lawman Who Loved Her.
—(Charles Wilson, USA Today Bestselling Author of Deep Sleep)

Gayle Wilson

Gayle Wilson, 2000 RITA Winner, Harlequin Intrigue
...a romance as hot and steamy as its New Orleans setting, and a villain you'll absolutely love to hate.

Kinley MacGregor

If you want excitement and chills, then you want a Mallory Kane.
—(Kinley MacGregor, Bestselling Author of Master of Desire)

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The Lawman Who Loved Her 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Kane weaves a tale of diabolical revenge threatening to destroy what Cody Maxwell holds most dear, his ex-wife Dana. Forced together for Dana's protection from the evil Fontenot, Dana and Cody realize the attraction between them is still strong. Dana and Cody sizzle! The New Orleans setting adds to the heat. Let's hope Ms. Kane writes a sequel for hunky detective Dev.
harstan More than 1 year ago
New Orleans police detective Cody Maxwell knows that paroled convict Gerard Fontenot is coming to kill him for being the catalyst that sent him to prison for four years. Cody Knows Gerard is brilliant, clever, sneaky, and a psychopath. His enemy has slowly increased the pressure until the latest trap leads to Cody taking a bullet in his shoulder at his own apartment.

Instead of going to a hospital, Cody rushes to the Metairie home of his beloved ex-wife Dana Maxwell to insure her safety. Cody knows that Gerard plans to complete his vengeance by harming and ultimately killing Dana. As Gerard¿s plan slowly simmers into focus, the love Cody and Dana feel for each other surfaces, but his dangerous lifestyle sent her running once and now it is even more dangerous.

Mallory Kane has written an exciting romantic suspense novel with the emphasis on the action. The romantic subplot-adds great dimension to the lead couple. The story line is fast-paced and never slows down due to the ingenious Gerard, a powerful villain in a Lex Luther (first series) sort of way. Though his release from prison for good behavior, etc. seems stretched (after all he shot a cop) fans wanting plenty of entertainment filled with conflict (both life threatening and sexual) will relish Ms. Kane¿s powerful tale. Hopefully there will be more tales involving the heroic hunk¿s law enforcement peers in the future.

Harriet Klausner