September 25, 2012
Available in: Paperback
Two timeless stories of love and intrigue from New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson.
Reasonable Doubt (originally pubished May 1988 in Harlequin Intrique #92)
To claim her inheritance, Breanna Morgan must return to Crescent Moon and face the doubts she fled so long ago. But she soon discovers that prowlers, vandals and unnatural noises have invaded the isolated mining claim that has been in her family for generations. And her new neighbor, Tyler Ross, is not the first or the last to warn her away.
When the threats become all too real and Tyler offers his support, Breanna accepts him with open arms. Until she has cause to wonder if his choice is for her benefit, or for his own....
Without a Trace (originally pubished April 1989 in Harlequin Intrique #114)
When her brother disappears, Crysta Meyers leaves the big city to join in the search for her missing twin. She doesn’t expect that in the Alaskan wilderness her greatest threat will come not from nature, but from man.
As Michael and Sarah delve deeper into his past, they find danger at every turn. And their only hope for life, and love, is to rebury the past and disappear without a trace.
Catherine Anderson is a bestselling American romance novelist. Anderson has written over 35 epic, bestselling books. She resides in the Big Sky Country of Montana and has authored many award-winning historical and contemporary novels. Many of her books have been voted on by readers as notable on Goodreads.com’s Listopia. Throughout her career, her works have made numerous bestseller lists, such as the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, Ingram, Waldenbooks, and Barnes and Noble. She has received nominations for the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Awards, as well as being a Rita Award finalist, and was given a Career Achievement Award by Romantic Times for Contemporary Romance. Catherine greatly enjoys interacting with her followers on Facebook. Join in all the fun at http://www.facebook.com/catherineandersonbooks.