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#Win Switchback by Catherine Anderson (US)



New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson resides with her husband, two spirited dogs, and three indomitable cats on a vast, forested ridge overlooking beautiful central Oregon scenery. 'It is the perfect place,' she says, 'for a writer to find inspiration.'








Praise for Catherine Anderson

“Not only does Catherine immerse you in the story…she makes you think outside the story, too.” Harlequin Junkie


“Anderson added twists, danger and delightful moments that kept me flipping through the pages.”Caffeinated Book Reviewer


“If you’ve not read Catherine Anderson, you should. Her books are quite satisfying.”
The Good, The Bad and the Unread


“One of Anderson’s hallmarks is creating opportunity for lost souls to find redemption.”
RT Book Reviews

“This is one author who continues to push the romance genre forward by blending sweetness with remarkable insight.”
–Bitten by Love Reviews


You’ll find edge-of-you-seat suspense and fearless romance in Switchback (Harlequin, $5.50). Bud Mac Phearson’s job is to protect Mallory Christiani and her young daughter, Emily – not to get personally involved with either. But after Emily disappears and the trail leads directly to a well-known crime boss, Mac can’t refuse the beautiful single mother’s pleas for help.

With assassins hot on their trail and danger around every corner, the tentative partners race to find the missing key needed for the ransom…even as they try to fight the attraction blooming between them. But when Mac trades his own life for Emily’s, Mallory must risk it all to save the man she’s come to love.

SWITCHBACK
By Catherine Anderson
Harlequin; September 1, 2015
$5.50 US; 250 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-373-69854-7

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Comments

  1. Sadly I am not US however I'll be reading this on my Kindle at some point. Even though it is one of her older books CA is always good to read.

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  2. Yes, I have read Catherine Anderson, the Romance author. I like this book because it's full of suspense and danger.

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  3. I like the storyline that he's basically their bodyguard and I have enjoyed many Harlequin Intriuges over the years.

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  4. never read this author

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  5. sorry, wasn't able to include the comment link
    http://www.fredasvoice.com/2009/09/friday-56_25.html

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