An Island No More by Casey Clifford

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College professor Maggie Meehan thinks she can tackle any challenge alone, but when an old flame returns to campus he puts her career--and her heart--in jeopardy...

With a daughter to support, Maggie wants the job security that comes from achieving college tenure. The likelihood of that lessens when Seth Baldwin, a man from her past, arrives on campus with tenure and a hefty salary. Sparks blaze between them that have nothing to do with their careers and everything to do with their hearts.

When Maggie's abusive ex-husband shows up making demands and a disturbed student hassles her, Maggie wants to tough it out on her own. But when a series of murders rocks the campus and Maggie is threatened and even assaulted, Seth refuses to let her face the ordeal alone.

Can Seth's love strengthen Maggie enough to overcome a killer bent on her destruction?

About Casey Clifford

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Casey Clifford lives on the western shore of Lake Michigan. Her office looks out at the lake which inspires her with its moods. She writes romantic suspense/mysteries and commercial women's fiction.Before writing full time, she taught college for many years. She's also been a written columns for her local newspaper.When she's not writing, she's a wife, mother, sister, friend. She enjoys photography, baking, reading, and music. She enjoys traveling and often uses the places she's been for her settings.She loves creating stories about women who deal with life--whether that story is a suspense, a story about a woman dealing with a family problem, or a challenge in life.Her first book Black Ribbon Affair was awarded Best Romantic Suspense and Holt Medallion for Best First Book.Casey blogs every Sunday at
Published January 25, 2012 by The Wild Rose Press. 372 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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