Book Reviews of Scanlin's Law (Harlequin Historical, No 283)

Scanlin's Law (Harlequin Historical, No 283)
Scanlin's Law - Harlequin Historical, No 283
Author: Susan Amarillas
ISBN-13: 9780373288830
ISBN-10: 0373288832
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
Pages: 354
Rating:
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3.5 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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nice western romance
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Kidnapped!

The word tore at Rebecca's heart. Her child was gone. And standing before her was Luke Scanlin, U.S. Marshal, the only man who could save her son. But how could she trust him again when she knew that Luke held the power to ruin her life forever?

Luke had thought no woman could ever hold him, yet the memory of Rebecca had haunted him for years. He had passed up their chance at happiness once before. But this time he wasn't going to let her out of his sight until she realized that she belonged with him--forever...
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Kidnapped! The word tore at Rebecca'a heart. Her child was gone. Stand befor her was Luke Scanlin, United States marshal, the only man who could save her son. How could she trust him again when she knew that Luke held the power to ruin her life forever. Luke had passed up teir chance for happenest once befor. This time he was not going to let her out of his site until she realized she belonged with him-forever...
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Kidnapped!
The word tore at Rebecca's heart. Her child was gone, and standing before her was Luke Scanlin, U.S. Marshal, the only man who could save her son. But how could she trust him again when she knew that Luke held the power to ruin her life forever?

Luke had thought no woman could ever hold him, yet the memory of Rebecca had haunted him for years. He had passed up their chance at happiness once before. But this time he wasn't going to let her out of his sight until she realized that she belonged with him - forever.

(from the back cover)
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good book