The Stranger

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Harlequin, Jul 1, 2007 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Laura Shafton a fearful widow and a scarred beauty. So

A terrifying encounter with a band of desperados left

when a tall, dark stranger came knocking on her door, she greeted him with a rifle—cocked and loaded.

Every instinct told her to turn Caleb McCurdy away—

his hard body hid a warm heart that melted all her fears except she needed a man's help. Soon Laura discovered

away. But the dark places in Caleb's past would divide them, unless Laura could learn a tough lesson about forgiveness.

 

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Contents

Prologue
7
Chapter One
17
Chapter Two
32
Chapter Three
46
Chapter Four
65
Chapter Five
81
Chapter Six
98
Chapter Seven
116
Chapter Ten
168
Chapter Eleven
185
Chapter Twelve
203
Chapter Thirteen
220
Chapter Fourteen
239
Chapter Fifteen
256
Chapter Sixteen
271
Epilogue
281

Chapter Eight
132
Chapter Nine
150

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Elizabeth Lane has lived and travelled in many parts of the world, including Europe, Latin America and the Far East, but her heart remains in the American West, where she was born and raised. Her idea of heaven is hiking a mountain trail on a clear autumn day. She also enjoys music, animals and dancing. You can learn more about Elizabeth by visiting her website at www.elizabethlaneauthor.com

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