An acclaimed author who counts Catherine Coulter and Judith Gould among her many fans, Gena Hale thrilled readers with Paradise Island and Dream Mountain. Now, she concludes this exciting contemporary romance trilogy with the story of a desperate woman on the run-and the Montana rancher who offers her refuge...
"Neala and Will sizzle right off the page. Don't miss Sun Valley. It will reinvigorate the iron in your blood." (Catherine Coulter)
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Uncle Sean is back, and this time the army intelligence colonel is placing another niece in harm's way, all for the sake of national security. He has already exposed Neala to a Colombian drug lord, smugglers, and an amorous Iranian ambassador; and he promises that this assignment will be the easiest and the last. All Neala wants to do is continue her career as a lounge singer, but she reluctantly agrees to this final favor. Naturally, things go horribly wrong. Will Ryder is content on his isolated Montana ranch, but when an army buddy asks him to hide his niece, he feels obligated. This last installment in Hale's exciting trilogy (Paradise Island [BKL Mr 15 01], Dream Mountain [BKL O 1 01]) doesn't disappoint with its sassy, resourceful heroine and rugged hero with a tragic secret; and witty repartee and liberal doses of humor add to the enjoyment. Catherine Coulter and Jayne Ann Krentz fans will enjoy Hale, and although each is a stand-alone title, libraries will want to purchase the entire trilogy. Shelley Mosley
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Book Description Signet, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110451410394