Mass Market Paperbound
368 pages, 6.67 × 4.16 × 0.96 in
January 28, 2014
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0373778546
ISBN - 13: 9780373778546
Read from the Book
Sheriff Hayes Carson hated Sundays. It was nothing against religion, or church or anything spiritual. He hated Sundays because he always spent them alone. He didn't have a girlfriend. He'd dated a couple of women around Jacobsville, Texas, but those dates had been few and far between. He hadn't had a serious relationship since he was just out of the military, when he got engaged to a woman who tossed him over for somebody richer. Well, he had dated Ivy Conley before she married his best friend, Stuart York. He'd had feelings for her, too, but it was not returned on her part.Besides, he thought ruefully, there was Andy. His scaly pet kept him unattached.That wasn't strictly true, he mused. The reason for the dearth of women in his life was mostly his job. He'd been shot twice since he became sheriff, and he'd been sheriff for seven years. He was good at his job. He was reelected without even a runoff. No criminal had ever escaped him. Well, one had-that man they called El Jefe, the biggest drug lord in northern Sonora, Mexico, who had a network that ran right through Jacobs County. But he was going to land El Jefe one day, he promised himself. He hated drug dealers. His own brother, Bobby, had died of an overdose years ago.He still blamed Minette Raynor for that. Oh, sure, people said she was innocent and that it was Ivy Conley's sister, Rachel, who'd been killed a year or so ago, who gave Bobby the fatal dose. But Hayes knew that Minette was connected to the tragedy. He reall
From the Publisher
New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Diana Palmer takes readers back to Jacobsville, Texas, where Hayes Carson is a man on a missionfor justice
Bobby Carson had been the only family Hayes had left in the world. A long, tall and serious Texan, Hayes has always suspected Minette Raynor had something to do with Bobby's death, that the bright-eyed blonde gave his brother the drugs that killed him. As far as Hayes is concerned, neither her looks nor anything else will stand in the way of him righting this grievous wrong.
Minette can't get handsome Hayes off her mind, or off her back. But then Hayes gets shot, and the only one who can help him heal is Minette. Soon she finds herself in very close quarters, indeed, with the breathtaking sheriff. Then the tables turnand Minette finds herself in great danger, and Hayes is the only one who can rescue her. Can she count on Hayes believing the truthand saving her life?
About the Author
Susan Kyle, née Susan Spaeth (born December 11, 1946 in Amarillo, Texas, USA) is an award winning American writer well-known as Diana Palmer, who published romantic novels since 1979. She has also written romances as Diana Blayne, Katy Currie, and under her married name Susan Kyle and a a science fiction novel as Susan S. Kyle. Before writing fiction, she was a journalist for 16 years under her birth name. Now, she has over 150 books in print, more of them translated and published around the world.
"Nobody tops Diana Palmer when it comes to delivering pure, undiluted romance. I love her stories."--New York Times bestselling author Jayne Anne Krentz