In a tiny Idaho
community, widowed mother Cate
Nightingale owns and operates a
occasionally she enlists the aid of
Calvin Harris, the shy, enigmatic local
handyman. To Cate's shock, Calvin proves
much bolder than expected when a trio of
thugs invades her inn, demanding the
possessions of a guest who vanished some
days before. Though Calvin manages to
disperse the intruders, the men soon
regroup and shut down phone access in
the village, holding its citizens
None available as yet.
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Linda Howard is the pen name of Linda S. Howington. She was born August 3, 1950 in Alabama. After graduating high school, she worked for a trucking company where she met her husband, Gary Howington. A writer from the age of nine, Howington published her first book in 1982. She is a prolific writer, having produced more than fifty romance novels over a twenty-five year period. She won the Romance Writers of America Career Achievement Award in 2005. She lives in Alabama with her husband and two golden retrievers.
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