Sun Kissed

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Penguin, 2007 - Fiction - 418 pages
15 Reviews
When Samantha Harrington attends the local rodeo, she doesn't expect to wind up in jail. But that's precisely what happens when she tries to stop a drunkard from abusing his horse. At least she isn't alone. Tucker Coulter, a handsome local veterinarian, comes to her defense - and his arrested too. The charges are dropped, but Sam's troubles have only started. Her champion quarter horses are falling ill and the culprit is poison. As the insurance beneficiary, Sam is the prime suspect. Unswayed by the rumors floating around town, Tucker offers to help prove her innocence. Sam, though, is uneasy about accepting his assistance - and about the way he makes her feel. If only she could believe in him the way he seems to believe in her...
 

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User Review  - musicmymuse - LibraryThing

Sun Kissed is the first book I have read from Catherine Anderson. I agree with jacketscoversread, it doesn't matter if you haven't read the previous books in the Kendrick/Coutler/Harrigan series to enjoy the book. I enjoyed the story and look forward to reading the other books in the series. Read full review

Review: Sun Kissed (Kendrick/Coulter/Harrigan #7)

User Review  - Sharon Sherman - Goodreads

If you like stories about horses, this book is one you'll want to read. Read full review

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Contents

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About the author (2007)

Catherine Anderson lives in the Oregon mountains with her husband and her Rottweilers, Sam and Sassy, who seem convinced that they are teacup poodles and that obedience training is for people. Catherine spends leisure time with her family and friends, including her sons and daughter-in-law, often discussing intriguing story twists for her books. Such talks can draw curious stares if they happen to take place in a restaurant and involve plotting the demise of a fictitious villain.

She is the award-winning author of numerous published works, including the Harrigan Family Novels (Here to Stay; Perfect Timing), Coming Up Roses, Cheyenne Amber, and many more. 

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