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The Ends of the Earth (Harlequin Superromance, No 798)
The Ends of the Earth - Harlequin Superromance, No 798
Author: Kay David
ISBN-13: 9780373707980
ISBN-10: 0373707983
Publication Date: 7/1/1998
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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The Ends of the Earth

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Michael Masters finds people who don't want to be found. His latest assignment: Find Eva Solis and her nephew Daniel--the only two witnesses to a terrible crime. He knows they're desperate. He knows they're afraid. He knows that if he doesn't find them, the bad guys will.
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Michael Masters finds people who don't want to be found. His latest assignment: Find Eva Solis and her nephew Daniel---the only two witnesses to a terrible crime. He knows they're desperate. He knows they're afraid. He knows that if he doesn't find them, the bad guys will.
Eva Solis has run to a tiny village in the remotest part of Argentina, but Michael still manages to track her down. And he isn't surprised to discover that he's not the only one looking for her. Now Michael has to convince Eva to return home, even though he's started to question the motives of the men who hired him. One thing he doesn't question--his own feelsing toward Eva.
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To protect her nephew, Eva Solis has run to a tiny village in the remotest part of Argentina where she thinks no one can possibly find them. Then a tall stranger arrives. He seems to be watching her every move. And he knows where she lives. Now Eva knows that the problem with running to the ends of the earth is that there's nowhere else to go.
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Michael Masters find people who don't want to be found. His latest assignment: Find Eva Solis and her nephes Daniel--the only two witnesses to a terrible crime. He knows they're desperate. He knows they're afraid. He knows that if he doesn't find them, the bad guys will.

Eva Solis has run to a tiny village in the remotest part of Argentina, but Michael still manages to track her down. And he isn't surprised to discover that he's not the only one looking for her. Now Michael has to convince Eva to return home, even though he's started to question the motives of the men who hired him. One thing he doesn't question --his own feelings toward Eva.