A LIFE SAVER AND A DEAD-EYE SHOT . . .
Dr. Susanna Leaf was a woman of startling contradictions, and Rafe LaCroix found every one of them too intriguing for his own good. He couldn't risk staying anywhere for long, but with her alluring innocence Dr. Leaf invited a man to linger-- and made him desire things he'd long since lost the right to yearn for . . .
HE'D KIDNAPPED HER . . .
All in a good cause, Susanna Leaf admited, but Rafe LaCroix was a powder keg of unpredictability and wore his secrets as close as his battered trail duster. Yet his raw masculinity compelled her in ways that reminded her she was a woman first and a physician second. And that -- more than anything else -- made him dangerous.
Harlequin Historical - HH # 784