Remembering Red Thunder by Sylvie Kurtz
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One steamy afternoon when the setting sun bled the raging Red Thunder River red, Texas sheriff Chance Conover forgot who he was. A trauma from fifteen years ago resurfaced in his mind, creating muddy images of murder that stirred whirlpools of horror. Worst of all, Chance couldn't remember the beautiful woman who claimed to be his wife—Taryn Conover. Traveling back up the river to confront his past and the danger that surely awaited him was the only way this lawman knew to protect the woman who loved him—and his unborn child. But would Taryn's kisses help him remember the life he'd lost in time to save the one he'd found?


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Flying an eight hour solo cross-country in a Piper Arrow with only the airplane's crackling radio and a large bag of M&M's for company, Sylvie Kurtz realized a pilot's life wasn't for her. The stories zooming in and out of her head proved more entertaining than the flight itself. Not a quitter, she finished her pilot's course, earning her commercial license and instrument rating.Since, then, she's traded in her pilot's license for a keyboard, where she lets her imagination soar to create fictional adventures that explore the power of love and the thrill of suspense.Her love of the outdoors led her to take a 10-week natural resources course in early 2000 and she is now a tree steward. Recently, she's undertaken the task of going through the Backyard Tree Farm Program sponsored by the University of New Hampshire Co-operative Extension.She can be contacted at: P.O. Box 702, Milford, NH 03055. Visit her web site at:–kurtz for more information on current, upcoming, or past releases.
Published May 15, 2012 by Harlequin Intrigue. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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