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Extreme Measures
Extreme Measures
Author: Renee Halverson
ISBN-13: 9780843950625
ISBN-10: 0843950625
Publication Date: 7/2002
Pages: 306
Rating:
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Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME...

Andre Du Bois was not a betting man, but if he were, he would have laid odds that the woman in red was robbing his dealers blind. He had an uncanny knack for detecting a cheat in his saloon, and he could tell this beauty's smile disguised a quick mind and even quicker fingers. To catch her in the act he dealt himself into the game, never guessing he might lose his heart in the process.

Faith O'Malley put no trust in lady luck. She depended on her wits to succeed at cards--even in the highest stakes game. And experience told her the ante had just been raised. The new gambler's good looks were distracting enough, but his intelligent eyes promised trouble. Still, Faith would risk everything---her reputation, her virtue---to save the innocent people depending on her. And it wasn't until later that she's stop to learn what she'd won.
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Andre Du Bois was not a betting man, but if her were, he would have laid odds that the woman in red was robbing his dealers blind. He had an uncanny knack for detecting a cheat in his saloon, and he could tell this beauty's smile disguised a quick mind and even quicker fingers. To catch her in the act he dealt himself into the game, never guessing he might lose his heart in the process.

Faith O'Malley put no trust in lady luck. She depended on her wits to succeed at cards-even in the highest stakes game. And experience told her the ante had just been raised. The new gambler's good looks were distracting enough, but his intelligent eyes promised trouble. Still, Faith would risk everything-her reputation, her virtue-to save the innocent people depending on her. And it wasn't until later that she'd stop to learn what she'd won.