Isabel Ling returned to the barren Badlands of South Dakota to bury her sister--but she stayed to find answers no one wants to give. Cassie's death was no accident, and Isabel will find the killer, no matter what she has to do. And no matter who stands in her way.
The one thing former pararescue soldier Logan Price wants is to avoid the kind of trouble Isabel brings. Yet he can't deny his attraction to her. In this desolate, treacherous land, Isabel needs all the protection she can get--and all the love that Logan can give.
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|Title of eBook: Betrayal in the Badlands|
|Release Date: 10-01-2010|
|Publisher: Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense|
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Betrayal in the Badlands
She chided herself as she retrieved them from the dust. "You're thirty-two years old, Is. Not some scared teenager. No one is going to hurt you here." Gritting her teeth she heaved the new tire from the trunk and began to wrestle it onto the axle, ignoring the ache in her head. It was not the time for another attack. She had nothing else with her, not so much as one piece of hard candy, so going unconscious from her hypoglycemia was not an option.
"Need a hand?"
Isabel yelped and whirled around, losing her grip on the tire. She found herself staring into the tanned face of a stranger. He wore a baseball cap with the Air Force logo embroidered on it. His hair was crew-cut style and his chin shadowed in stubble. Perspiration glistened on his forehead and darkened his tank top. Isabel saw her own scared face mirrored back at her in his sunglasses, until he removed them.
She closed her mouth and lifted her chin, willing her knees to stop shaking. "I didn't hear your car."
He shrugged, breathing hard. "I'm out for a run."
She tried not to gape. "In this heat?"
The green of his eyes were a startling burst of color in his browned face. "Good for the soul. Where are you headed?"
Something about his voice was familiar. She wiped a hand across her...
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