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The Renegade and the Heiress (Wide Open Spaces #5)

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The secluded cabin high in the snow-covered mountains was as far from Mallory O'Brien's glittering world of wealth and privilege as she could possibly have imagined. Yet this place--and the proud, bitter man who lived there alone--represented her last refuge from the ruthless killers stalking her....

Finn Donovan was as hard and unyielding--and as dangerously compelling--as
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ebook, 256 pages
Published February 21st 2011 by Silhouette Books (first published November 1st 2001)
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Saly
The Renegade and the Heiress was a book I fricking loved. I mean a heroine who has been kidnapped, drugged and escaped a plane crash and still has spunk, what is not there not to love and throw in a tortured hero, you have one amazing book.
Mallory is wealthy and has a rich over-protective father and she is in grave danger not knowing who is behind it all when she is rescued by Finn.

Finn went to prison when he murdered the man who raped his wife, then she died as well. So, Finn leads a solitary
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Jacqueline
I really expected this to be more angsty. It had all the elements but I believe that since it was told totally from the hero's POV it was difficult to develop him into a mysterious tragic brooding hero. There were a couple of places where I as the reader felt a bit gypped. For example when she asked about his wife and why he went to prison. Instead of us getting to experience his words and feelings, the author just said "and he told her the whole story." That was a scene that definitely should h ...more
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Judith Duncan is a popular author of romance novels published primarily by Harlequin Enterprises between 1983 and 2002. During the period when Duncan was actively publishing, she lived and worked in Alberta, Canada. She based many of her books in this region. She has been heavily involved in local writers groups in a variety of roles. In particular, she has been active in the organ
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