The Maverick (Mills & Boon Vintage Superromance): First edition

By Carrie Alexander

Sophie Ryan was a girl from the wrong side of town, pregnant, uneducated and alone

Now she’s a sheriff’s deputy and has managed to put the past behind her. It’s been a long time since the gossips of Treetop, Wyoming, have speculated on the identity of Joe Ryan’s father, and Sophie would prefer that didn’t change. But on a crisp fall day, Sophie’s past comes back–in the form of Luke “Maverick” Salinger, the man who abandoned her when she needed him most.

It’s Sophie’s job to arrest Luke on an old warrant, even though she knows the rumors will start to fly as soon as she gets the cuffs on him. The citizens of Treetop think they know who Joe’s father is, but the truth is a mystery–even to Sophie.

Format: ebook
Release Date: 27 Jan 2014
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-1-4720-2601-9
Detailed Edition: First edition
Carrie Alexander began writing on a whim after reading an out-of-date article about how \"easy\" it is to be a romance novelist. After several starts and stops–and having her first query letter to Harlequin come back marked \"Return to Sender\" because she had the wrong address–Carrie sold a novella and then her first Temptation (which went on to be a RITA finalist) to Harlequin before she truly understood what an accomplishment that was. Many books later, Carrie\'s older and wiser, writing full-time for Harlequin and loving it. She considers each book a new adventure, from side-splitting to heart-wrenching to hair-raising. No wonder she\'s usually come undone by the time she finishes a manuscript! Carrie is single, lives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where Lake Superior and the unspoiled wilderness would be a serious distraction if it not for the long, snowy winters that give her lots of time to read and write and paint. When she\'s not busy sharpening her wit, she tends her overstuffed bookshelves, her voluminous files and her rapidly increasing movie collection, certain that one day they\'ll all be organised at the same time.