Heart of the Lawman (O'Bannions, #3)
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Heart of the Lawman (O'Bannions #3)

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The Law Had Made A Mistake

Torn from her child's arms and imprisoned as a murderess, Marydyth Hollenbeck had thought her life was over. Now fate had set her free. But what was freedom, bound to ex-lawman Flynn O'Bannion, the man she had vowed to hate for the rest of her days?

Flynn had always ridden alone, until he became guardian to an angelic little girl, and knew his roam...more
Paperback, 298 pages
Published August 1st 1999 by Harlequin Books (first published July 1st 1999)
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A women was sent to Yuma after bieng convicted of murdering her late husband, J.C., but the evidence wasn't so damning until after the marshell uncoverd a wanted poster for her for the murder of her first husband. The day she was sent to Yuma her baby girl was torn from her hands, and her life would forever be without her, so she thought, but four years later the same marshel that found the evidence to send her to Yuma found new evidence to get her out. Once she is out of Yuma her world that she...more
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