Book Reviews of Arizona Renegade

Arizona Renegade
Arizona Renegade
Author: Kit Dee
ISBN-13: 9780380792061
ISBN-10: 0380792060
Publication Date: 6/1/1998
Pages: 374
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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historical romance with the renengane type woman
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Government agent Caid Dundee arrives in Arizona to set a trap for the infamous Simpson Gang, fanatical bank robbers hoping to resurrect a Second Confederacy.

Rowena Simpson (AKA Reena Sims) is spying for her brothers and helping them recruit new volunteers for the militia. Soon, Caid and Reena catch on to each other's secret identities.

A battle of the sexes begins as both set out to seduce the other for more information. Caid finds Reena exciting, intriguing and mysterious. She, in turn, finds him far too dangerous.

The game of cat and mouse turns deadly as lies come between the lovers. Both Reena and Caid must choose between duty, honor, love and family.
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a very good book
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Government agent Caid is distracted by temptress Reena. She passes info to her outlaw brothers about gold shipments and he must choose between love of DUTY or love for her.
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From the back cover:

Looking for bad guys...he found an angel in disguise.

While hot on the trail of two desperadoes, rugged government agent Caid Dundee is distracted by an innocent temptress who soon has him hungering to turn in his badge and give in to more pleasureable occupations.

Reena has been passing information about gold shipments on to her outlaw brothers, believing they are aiding widows and orphans of the Confederacy--but she soon finds her mission compromised by her braving for Caid. And as their fierce desire pulls them closer, these sworn enemies soon have to choose between love of duty--and love for each other.