Wed to the Witness

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, Feb 1, 2002 - Fiction - 256 pages
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When Jackson Colton became a suspect in his uncle's attempted murder, the handsome loner had to risk it all to prove he was being framed. But he wasn't alone for long. For he found sweet solace when he joined forces with beguiling Cheyenne James to clear his name. The mystical Native American woman understood how it felt to be ostracized . . . And she wasn't about to let the man she passionately loved take the fall! Not even when Cheyenne was named a key witness for the prosecution. Determined to beat the evil perpetrator at his or her own game, the star witness and prime suspect breathlessly said, "I do." But would this whirlwind marriage come at too great a cost?

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Section 1
26
Section 2
42
Section 3
61
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Karen Hughes served as counselor to the president, was one of three people who ran his presidential campaign and worked as his communications director during his six years as governor of Texas. She is an elder and longtime Sunday-school teacher in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Hughes lives with her husband and son in Austin, Texas, where she continues to advise President Bush from her home.

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