Catch Me by Lorelie Brown

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Arizona Territory, 1882

Maggie Bullock's father needed expensive medical care and if that meant stealing from their friendly swindling banker, so be it. Once her father was on the path to recovery she would face the consequences. The whole thing was surprisingly easy until she's kidnapped by bounty hunter Dean Collier.

Collier is tired of tracking down worthless scum. He's afraid he'll lose his last scrap of humanity and become a stone-cold killer, just like the men he brings to justice. He jumps at the chance to become sheriff of Fresh Springs, Arizona. The one condition—capture Maggie.

He figured it'd be easy. Until beautiful, loyal Maggie breaks through defenses he'd thought cemented. His feelings for her run the range from fury to confusion to love, but if he doesn't bring her in someone else will. Can there be a future between a sheriff and a fugitive?

77,000 words


About Lorelie Brown

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After a semi-nomadic lifestyle throughout California, Lorelie Brown joined the US Army. In South Korea, Lorelie met and fell in love with her husband. Once she became a mother, she left soldiering behind and now explores her love of travel by writing historical romance. Lorelie and her husband have three active sons who are definitely momma's boys. To add to the insanity, even the family dog is male. Writing helps her escape a house full of testosterone. Jazz Baby is her first published title.
Published July 18, 2011 by Carina Press. 217 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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