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By Sharon Sala

John Nightwalker is a robust, rugged local American soldier who has visible many battles. whereas removing an previous enemy, he crosses paths with Alicia Ponte. at the run from her father—a strong palms manufacturer—Alicia seeks to reveal her father's traitorous crimes of marketing guns to our enemies in Iraq. yet Richard Ponte will do something to stick lower than the radar…even if it skill killing his personal daughter.Drawn to the secret that surrounds Alicia, John feels forced to guard her. jointly they commute throughout the attractive but brutal Arizona barren region to discover lethal truths and produce her father to justice. yet their trip is set to take an unforeseen turn…one that is going deep into the previous.

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It wasn't easy. "Thanks for the caring concern," he drawled. "Oh, anytime," she replied merrily. "But you can phone me yourself next time you stick your face in a bomb and want tending. " "Tell him yourself," he shot back. " Only because I couldn't have you, she thought, and your marriage was killing me. But she didn't say another word. She smiled carelessly, dragged her eyes away from him, turned neatly on her heel and started back out the door. " She didn't hesitate for a second. She was angry now, too, angry that she'd come three thousand miles, that she'd been stupid enough to care about a man who'd never returned her feelings, that she'd believed Eb Scott when he said Cord had asked for her.

And I know every inch of you. " Her teeth clenched so hard she thought she might chip them. Her eyes were furious. "You have no idea how much I hate the memory of that night," she said spitefully. The words stung, as she meant them to. He got to his feet abruptly and noticed how she dragged the covers up to her chin, as if she couldn't bear him to look at her body at all. "You must have noticed that I was drunk," he said curtly. " "I drank too much myself," she shot back. " "Having made ourselves clear on that point," he added, turning away from her.

He asked. "You aren't exactly Don Juan these days," she pointed out. He bristled with stung pride. It was true that he didn't have affairs, or spend a lot of time living the life of a playboy, but he didn't like her knowing it. His dark eyes flashed. "You know nothing about that side of my life," he said coldly. " There was a brief, incredulous look on her face, and he could have bitten his tongue. They'd slept together, once, even if it wasn't a memory she liked. She knew him in a way few women ever had.

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