Passion's Law by Ruth Langan
(The Coltons)

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"Do I look like one of your smooth-faced golden boys? I don't think so."

Hard-boiled, cynical police detective Thaddeus Law had a mission: nab the sorry son-of-a-gun out to kill famous billionaire Joe Colton. This assignment would have been open and shut if he hadn't been so damned distracted. Used to chasing criminals and taking on corruption, Thaddeus found investigating the Colton case oddly like a country club golf outing—complete with Joe's eager-to-please niece-cum-personal-assistant fumbling his strokes. Young, smart and beautiful, heiress Heather McGrath was wasting her suggestive glances on him, big time. He'd been down that road before.... The only princess in Thad's life would be his two-year-old daughter. So why was his lawman's gut telling him otherwise?


About Ruth Langan

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Langan traces her ancestry to Scotland and Ireland.
Published November 15, 2010 by Silhouette Special Releases. 256 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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