Hero For Hire

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ISBN Print: 978-1-60154-426-1
Page Count: 316
Word Count: 75662
MSRP: 4.99

Bounty hunter Mackenzy Cord had known for a long time Savannah Carrington was the woman for him--he just had to convince her of that. When she flees her father to escape an arranged marriage, Mac gets an opportunity to finally let her know how he feels. Mr. Carrington hires him to bring his daughter home--wed or unwed. Savannah sets out to prove to her father she doesn't need to be married to be happy, but her plans backfire when she's framed for a bank robbery in Jamestown, New York. Thank God for her best friend, Mac, who comes to her rescue in the nick of time. But when she and Mac are forced to pretend to be married, Savannah soon realizes there is more to Mac than meets the eye!

PRINT ISBN 1-60154-426-X
(288 Pages) Rating (spicy)


Savannah's gaze focused on the candy stick, then flew upward; her stunning blue eyes widened in recognition. "Mac! What--"

"No, no, honey," Mac said quickly, placing a finger on her lips. "Let's not talk about it. I've told the sheriff what happened ... that we had an argument, and that you couldn't possibly have anything to do with that bank robbery."

"But, Mac--"

"Now that he realizes you're my wife, he'll have to let you go."

"But, Mac--"

Mac grabbed her arms and hauled her against him, shocking her silent. His first body-to-body contact with Savannah momentarily stunned him as well. She was firm, yet soft, and felt oh-so-good against him. Better than his wildest dreams, and he'd plenty of those in the last few years.

He gazed meaningfully into her wide eyes, hoping she wouldn't notice his even more shocking reaction to her nearness. His voice low and vibrant with emotion, he said, "It scares the hell out of me to think of you in danger, as you must have been during that bank robbery." It was the truth; it did scare the hell out of him to think of Savannah in the midst of violence. "So what do you say, darling? Shall we kiss and make up?"


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