The Moon and the Stars

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Dorchester Publishing, Sep 6, 2011 - Fiction - 335 pages
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WANTED: Caroline Richmond started running on her wedding day—the same day her husband died. Her malicious brother-in-law had kept his vow to make her a widow, but she knew he wouldn’t stop at that, and her solitary life was filled with fear of him always one step behind her. She thought she’d found a shred of peace in Texas, and at least a glimmer of the life she deserved. But when a mysterious bounty hunter came to town, she knew the wrath in his amber eyes was meant only for her. He found a way to be everywhere she was, speaking words with double meaning in his smooth French accent and making her nerves hum in a way she thought she’d conquered. Wade Renault came out of retirement for one reason: to see a deceptive murderess brought to justice. But when he met the woman pictured in the tintype he’d carried for months, he sensed more panic than treachery. She lived too simply, she seemed too honest and scared. Someone had deceived him, but he would wait it out and get her right where he wanted her, beneath... THE MOON AND STARS

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About the author (2011)

Constance O'Banyon is a native Texan who makes her home in San Antonio with her husband, Jim and their son, Jason. Her books range from historical to contemporary and include several novellas. Among her many awards, she is the recipient of the 1996 Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. There are eight million copies of her books in print.

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