He sought justice—with a lieNick Baron knows it was wrong to buy trust with a falsehood, but there was no other way. His reputation as the most dangerous bounty hunter west of the Rockies terrified even decent folks, not just the outlaws he hunted. So he sure as hell wasn't about to let a spitfire fugitive from a sporting house know he wasn't the US Marshal he claimed to be—no matter how appealing she was.Especially when she holds the key to his best friend's murder. And particularly when she'd not only shot him—but saved his life right after! Things with Ellie Watson could get complicated.
|Series:||Montana Mavericks Series , #8|
|File size:||596 KB|
About the Author
Mary has been writing historical romance novels for several years. She sold her fist book, a Harlequin Historical novel, A Bride for McCain in January 1999, and saw it published the following year in March. Her second book, The Colorado Bride, was a June 2001, Harlequin Historical novel.
Mary is also the author of The Insider's Guide to Direct Marketing (1995 by Zwieg White Associates), a marketing manual geared toward architectural/engineering firms. She has worked as a freelance writer and written (or ghostwritten) dozens of articles for publications including The RWR, Virginia Review, and Innsbrook Today.
A 1983 graduate of Hollins University, Mary was the marketing director for a one-hundred-person civil engineering firm before deciding to write full time. She is based in Richmond, Virginia, where she lives with her husband and two children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good story with characters that seemed to be able to communicate pretty well with each other. They have their secrets but they don't take an unreasonable amount of time to bare their souls. The ending was a little rushed for some reason. It was as if the writer remembered she had somewhere else she needed to be and slapped the last few paragraphs together. Also an epilogue would have worked well with this story. The writers other book "The Unexpected Wife" was a little better. The dialogue between her characters have a ring of truth to them in both books.