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Saving a little boy’s life reopens painful wounds for Texas sheriff Cooper McKinnon. This could be his son, whose loss has haunted him for two years. But Cooper has a formidable adversary in Jessa Wells. She’s the adoptive mother—and she’ll do anything to hold on to Liam. It’s cruel justice that the man who shares Liam’s rare blood type has an unsolved murder in his own family. And the danger’s far from over. Fighting her desire for Cooper, Jessa has no choice but to join forces with the maverick cowboy. Jessa knows working together is their best shot at keeping the child safe. But it’s the possibility of a future alone that breaks Jessa’s heart.


When a mysterious toxin threatens lives and livelihoods near the
border between the U.S. and Canada, Dr. Tessa Cleary is called to trace
the source. But when the no-nonsense doctor is forced to work with
border patrol agent Jeff Steele, she finds the lone wolf’s dedication to
his job—and country—chipping away at the walls around her heart.
Just as Tessa and Jeff are about to uncover the toxin’s deadly source,
armed thugs kidnap them in the forest. Now they must trust each
other to survive before time runs out for everyone.

Jaguar Night by Lindsay McKenna:
When a U.S. General’s daughter is kidnapped, Marine Staff Sergeant Josh Patterson is handpicked to rescue her. While they trek through the jungle to safety, her strength and a surprise kiss change everything.

Amazon Gold by Merline Lovelace:
U.S. Navy Chief Charlene “Charley” Dawson deftly commands the Riverine patrol boat taking an arrogant U.S. Delta Force Army Sergeant on a verypersonal op. As she and Jack Halliday penetrate deeper into the Amazon after a rogue ex-pat, they face danger…and unexpected attraction. 


AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

1 person in the US or Canada will win all 3 books!

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Good luck!


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  1. I'd start with Maverick Sheriff. It looks like the first in the series, not sure. Anyway, the story of the little boy sounds intriguing to me. Thanks for the giveaway.
    mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

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  2. maybe Maverick Sheriff for the blurb

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  3. I would start with Danger at the Border. It sounds so intriguing! Plus the cover really caught my eye.

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  4. Danger at the Border sounds very timely. And like it would be a good read. Thanks.

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  5. I'd start with Maverick Sheriif. They all look good, but I'm going to be honest. The cover won me over first! LOL Yummy!

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  6. Course of Action: The Rescue is calling my name!

    sherry @ fundinmental

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  7. I would read Course of Action: The Rescue first

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  8. I love the Harlequin Intrigue series.

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