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Long Lost Wife

Long Lost Wife

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Published by: temari92 on Oct 23, 2011
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 Dear Reader,
 
We‟ve got six great books for you this month, and three of them are part of miniseries you‟ve grown to love. Dallas Schulze continues A FAMILY CIRCLE
withAddie and the Renegade. Dallas is known to readers worldwide as an authorwhose mastery of emotion is unparalleled, and this book will only enhance herwell-deserved reputation. For Cole Walker, love seems like an impossibility
 — 
until
he‟s stranded with Addie Smith, and suddenly... Well, maybe I‟d better let you read
for yourself. In Leader of the Pack, Justine Davis keeps us located on TRINITYSTREET WEST. You met Ryan Buckhart in Lover Under Cover; now meet LaceyBuckhart, the one woman
 — 
the one wife!
 —he‟s never been able to forget. Thenfinish off Laura Parker‟s ROGUES‟ GALLERY with
Found: One Marriage.
Amnesia, exes who still share a love they‟ve never been able to equal anywhere
else...this one has it all.
 
Of course, our other three books are equally special. Nikki Benjamin‟s
The ladyand Alex Payton is the follow-up to The Wedding Venture, and it features akidnapped almost-bade. Barbara Faith brings you Long-Lost Wife? For Annabelthe past is a mystery
 — 
and the appearance of a man claiming to be her husband
doesn‟t make things any clearer, irresistible though he may be. Finally, try
Beverly
Bird‟s
The Marrying Kind
. Hero John Gunner thinks that‟s just the kind of manhe‟s not, but meeting Tessa Hadley
-Bryant proves to him just how wrong a mancan be.
 
And be sure to come back next month for more of the best romantic readingaround
 — 
here in Silhouette Intimate Moments.
 
Yours.
 
 
 
Leslie Wainger
 
Senior Editor and Editorial CoordinatorPlease address questions and book requests to:
 
Silhouette Reader ServiceU.S.: 3010 Walden Ave., P.O. Box 1325, Buffalo, NY 14269Canadian: P.O. Box 609, Fort Erie, Ont. L2A 5X3LONG-LOST WIFE?
 
BARBARA FAITH
 
BARBARA FAITH, a long-time contributor to Silhouette Books, passed away inOctober of 1995. She will be greatly missed by her husband, fellow authors, friendsand all the editors who have worked with her, and by her readers. Her bookscaptured the spirit of adventure and love that she displayed throughout her life.
Barbara‟s warmth and energy were infectious and joyous and touched all who
knew her in person and through her stories. She leaves behind a wonderful legacy.
 
 
 Prologue
 
Bright, blinding sun. Burning her skin, parching her lips.Thirsty. Oh God, so thirsty. Ran her tongue over dry, cracked lips. Tried to move.Hurt too much. Everything hurt. Headache. Monster headache. She reached up totouch her head and felt crusted blood.Slept for a while. Awoke to the slap of waves against the small rubber boat.Night closed in around her. She slept again, and in her dreams she heard thescreams and saw, as through a misty darkness, the terrible scene of violence.And wept dry tears.Another day. The sun blistered her skin, burned through her eyes into her skull. Shedreamed of iced tea, chocolate sodas with cool, minty ice cream, ice cubes tinklingin a tall glass of lemonade.Another night. The same dream of horror. They screamed again. Who screamedagain? Screamed and kept screaming.Daylight. No sun now. Mist rolling in. Enveloping her in moist coolness. She triedto catch the mist with her tongue, but when she knew she could not, she closed hereyes and drifted on the gentle sea, drifted into that fine mist.Chapter 1
 
“Miss? Young lady?” A hand on her shoulder. “Come on now, wake up.”
 
The light hurt her eyes. She blinked, tried again and focused on the man bendingover her. A dark-skinned man with wire-rimmed glasses. Large nose in a nice face.White coat.
“I‟m Dr. Hunnicut.”
 

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