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Outlaw.

Author: Elizabeth Lowell
Publisher: Mira Books 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Diana Saxton had come to Colorado's mesa country to explore the Anasazi cliffs. She didn't want--or need--the help of Tennessee Blackthorn, a man who had her teetering between her dark past and the heat of the moment. History had taught them both valuable lessons. And where yesterday's pain had made them prisoners ... now only trust could set them free.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Lowell
ISBN: 1551660067 9781551660066
OCLC Number: 317413309

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Diana Saxton had come to Colorado's mesa country to explore the Anasazi cliffs. She didn't want--or need--the help of Tennessee Blackthorn, a man who had her teetering between her dark past and the heat of the moment. History had taught them both valuable lessons. And where yesterday's pain had made them prisoners ... now only trust could set them free.

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