Under The Desert Moon

Brett was law and order. Annie was not quite innocent. He was a tough ex-FBI agent, out to enforce the law, any law. Annie was an uncomplicated apple farmer who couldn't turn away from people who needed her help. Even though it was inevitable that Brett would discover her secret, she took the risk that one day he would come to her as a lawman instead of her lover. More

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Words: 58,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465925824
About Mary Tate Engels

MARY TATE ENGELS has roots in the South, currently lives in the Southwest, and travels extensively. She writes both fiction and non-fiction, with thirty-plus romance novels, many of them eBooks, and two non-fiction books in print, Tales from Wide Ruins, Jean and Bill Cousins, Traders and Corazon Contento, Sonoran Recipes and Stories from the Heart with Madeline Gallego Thorpe.

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