Arizona Heat by Linda Lael MillerArizona Heat by Linda Lael Miller

Arizona Heat

byLinda Lael Miller

Mass Market Paperback | December 27, 2016

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Some secrets are too hot to handle in this classic tale from Linda Lael Miller, previously published as Deadly Deceptions

After years spent trying to remember her past, Mojo Sheepshanks just wants to put it behind her. She's finally got the life she always wanted—sisters she loves, a career that keeps her on her toes and Tucker Darroch, the handsome cop who's stuck by her against all odds. But for the people around her, moving on is hard to do. Tucker can't seem to let go of his past, while Mojo's sister Greer is being blackmailed for secrets in hers. And Mojo's stuck in the middle again.

Meanwhile, danger is stalking the citizens of Cave Creek, Arizona, Mojo's adopted home. And even as she and Tucker work to keep everyone safe, Mojo will discover that there are mysteries in Cave Creek that someone is willing to protect at any cost.

Linda Miller was born in Spokane, Washington and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She began writing when she was 10 years old after a teacher praised her for a story she had written. Through a correspondence course, she sold over 30 stories to magazines like True Confessions and True Romance. She sold her first novel, Fletcher's Woman,...
Title:Arizona HeatFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 6.59 × 4.22 × 0.94 inPublished:December 27, 2016Publisher:HQN BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0373800002

ISBN - 13:9780373800001

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from I really enjoye this book Mojo is an usual hero with her boyfriend living with his ex wife and dead people dropping in. I read this book in one sitting. Loved it!
Date published: 2017-02-11

Editorial Reviews

"Miller's prose is smart and her tough Eastwoodian cowboy cuts a sharp, unexpectedly funny figure in a classroom full of rambunctious frontier kids."-Publishers Weekly on The Man from Stone Creek