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Theresa Michaels - Once an Outlaw

Theresa Michaels - Once an Outlaw

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Once an Outlaw byTheresa MichaelsHis deep, slightly rough voice ruffled her nerve ends. A little imp'svoice whispered, You are willing, aren't you, Jessie? Almost eager?Yes. Oh, Lord, yes.But it wasn't right. Not yet... Theresa Michaels is a former NewYorker who resides in South Florida with her husband and daughter rathelast of eight children---and three 'rescued' cats. When not writing,she enjoys travelling, adding to her collection of Victorian perfume bottles and searching for the elf to master her computer.
Recent titles by the same author:ONCE A MAVERICK GIFTS OF LOVEA CORNER OF HEAVENONCE ANOUTLAWTheresa MichaelsMILLS BOON'To special friends who keep the faith: Donita, Harriet, Kris, Maudeenand ShellyDID YOU PURCHASE THIS BOOK WITHOUT A COVER?If you did, you should be aware it is stolen property as it wasreported unsold and destroyed by a retailer. Neither the author nor the publisher has received any payment for this book.All the characters in this book have no existence outside theimagination of the author, and have no relation whatsoever to anyone bearing the same name or names. They are not even distantly inspired by any individual known or unknown to the author, and all the incidentsare pure Invention."All Rights Reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement withHarlequin Enterprises H B.V. The text of this publication or any partthereof may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording,storage in an information retrieval system, or otherwise, without thewritten permission of the publisher.This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out or otherwise circulatedwithout the prior consent of the publisher in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser.MILLS & BOON and MILLS & BOON with the Rose Device are registeredtrademarks of the publisher.
First published in Great B.tain 1997Harlequin Mills & Boon Limited,Eton House, 18-24 Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 ISR TheresaDiBenedetto 1995ISBN 0 263 80127 6Set in Times Roman 10 on 12 pt.04-9705-76660 CPrinted and bound in Great Britain by BPC Paperbacks Limited,AylesburyChapter OneFurious. Frustrated. Failure. These about summed up Logan Kincaid'sthoughts and feelings.It was ironic that he was helping to rob the payroll destined for theworkers at the Silver Belt Mine. Ironic, because the mine numberedamong his family's holdings in the Arizona Territory.Sweat trickled down beneath his hat. The blast of the relentless sunturned the small arroyo into a furnace. He hadn't bothered to mask hisface with his bandanna. Logan had been cursed with thick, fast-growingfacial hair that required daily shaving. Every two days or so these past months; he'd scrape it clean with his blade. Right now thestubble itched.Known as Lucky, to the outlaws seizing the payroll for the fourth timein as many weeks, Logan suddenly felt a tingling sensation creep up hisspine. Unlike his younger brother, Tyrel, Logan didn't always sensethe trouble coming his way.A sweeping gaze up the narrow arroyo revealed scrub brush and rocks. Not a hint of life moved beyond the men grouped around the wagon.With a jerk of his reins, Logan kept his restive horse in place. Hewatched as Tallyman--former slave, buffalo soldier, army deserter turned outlaw--used his massive gloved hands to shove the payroll moneyinto two sets of saddlebags. Buckling them closed, Tally-man tossedone set to Monte Wheeler, the man who gave the orders, and the other hesecured on his own horse.The five men hired to guard the payroll were ringed by the other three

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