Maggie and the Law by Judith Stacy
(Harlequin Historical)

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WHAT DID A STAGECOACH ROBBERY, AN ANCIENT LOVE GODDESS AND THE ROCKIES HAVE IN COMMON?

Easy, lawman Spence Harding thought—that'd be Maggie Peyton, potential museum burglar and possessor of the cutest caboose in Colorado. But he had to forget she was a fine-looking woman and remember that this university graduate spelled Trouble for him with a capital "T"!

Maggie got her first good look at Spence Harding flat on her back during a holdup. Things went downhill from there. Now this steely-eyed sheriff, convinced she was up to no good, shadowed her every step—and haunted her wildest dreams!

 

About Judith Stacy

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For Judith Stacy, working full-time and taking care of her growing family wasn’t quite enough, and writing soon became her passion! Story ideas come to Judith in a variety of ways at any time, the most alarming being when she's driving. She's also got ideas while waking from a nap, but is having trouble convincing her family these are serious plotting sessions! Judith loves to hear from her readers and can be contacted via her website at: www.judithstacy.com
 
Published April 16, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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