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A lonely lawman finds love again. If only she could remember her name.... Denver Homicide detective Luke Kirby is looking for some peace and quiet when he heads up to the family cabin in the mountains. Instead he finds trouble. A beautiful and mysterious woman has taken refuge in his cabin as a storm moves in. She's lost her memory but not the trouble on her trail. While Luke tries to help her figure out who she is, his brothers arrive in town, needing his help with a murder and a missing secret military project. Now the brothers Kirby must join forces when she disappears....

This is the third book in the Lonesome Lawmen series, which includes The Last Enemy, Byte Me, Missing You, and Lonesome Mama.

©2001 Pauline Baird Jones (P)2012 Pauline Baird Jones

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  • Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award Winner, 2001

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  • Heather
  • Forest Hill, MD, United States
  • 01-28-13

I did not like the Narrator :(

I really liked the story line... but did not like how drab the narrator was, His voice does not change even with a good plot I found my self drifting off not being captivated at all and that is not good because I like most of the Narrators Audible has..
As for the book It is good if you can get past the Narration..

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