A Father's Sacrifice by Mallory Kane
(Harlequin Intrigue)

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A child's life was at stake.

Little Ben had only had a few precious weeks before he'd be paralyzed forever...and the neurological interface Dr. Dylan Stryker had been developing for the federal government was his son's only hope. But someone wanted the prototype--someone who would steal, kidnap, even murder to get it.

Dylan would do anything to save his little boy--even turn to FBI agent Natasha Rudolph to help him. Falling in love wasn't in the plans. With his son's life hanging in the balance, getting involved with Natasha just might get them killed. Now it was a race against time to find the madman who threatened them--and to protect woman and child at all costs...


About Mallory Kane

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Mallory took early retirement from her position as assistant chief of pharmacy at a large metropolitan medical center to pursue her other loves, writing and art. She is multipublished in short- and novel-length romance and in science fiction and fantasy.Her short stories and novels have been nominated for and won numerous awards, and have garnered praise from such outstanding writers as Tom Easton, Judith Ivory, Kinley MacGregor, Charles Wilson, and Gayle Wilson.Mallory credits her love of books to her mother, who taught her that books are a precious resource and should be treated with loving respect. Her grandfather and her father were both steeped in the southern tradition of oral history, and could hold an audience spellbound with their storytelling skills. Mallory aspires to be as good a storyteller as her father.She loves romantic suspense with dangerous heroes and dauntless heroines. She is also fascinated by story ideas that explore the infinite capacity of the brain to adapt and develop higher skills.Mallory lives in Mississippi with her husband and their dauntless cat.
Published September 1, 2007 by Harlequin Intrigue. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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