The Searchers Collection Volume 2
Searchers Book 4-7
Contemporary Romance, Contemporary Romance: Anthology
January 7, 2019
Available in: e-Book
New York Times bestselling author RaeAnne Thayne brings her trademark warmth and tenderness to these thrilling romantic stories in The Searchers series.
Back on Bittercreek Ranch
(originally published August 2006 as The Interpreter in Silhouette Intimate Moments #1380 in mass market paperbck and May 2018 in eBook by Harlequin)
He found her, barely conscious, on a dark Utah mountain road—a woman with an affinity for obscure languages and seemingly no memory of her identity. But ex-agent Mason Keller was not about to fall for that—and despite his attraction to her, he had the children entrusted in his care to think of….
Children that ̴Jane” found irresistible—after all, they, like she, were lost souls. Then her memory returned and she learned a lot of things she’d rather have forgotten. Like how much danger she, Mason and the children were really in. And how, like her past, her feelings for her rescuer were destined to be a permanent part of her life….
Autumn Chill in Utah Springs
(originally published January 2007 as High-Risk Affair in Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1448 in mass market paperbck and November 2018 in eBook by Harlequin)
His manner usually screamed all business. But his cool-headed judgment took a flying leap over his new assignment, because all FBI special agent Caleb Davis wants is to fold Megan Vance into his arms and kiss away the worry brimming in her stunning green eyes. Her son is missing and he yearns to protect the single mother from danger and bring her child home. Once he does, maybe he can figure out how to become a permanent part of her life…
Shelter from the Storm
(originally published June 2007 in Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1467 in mass market paperback and December 2018 in eBook by Harlequin)
Six foot tall and gorgeous, Sheriff Daniel Galvez wasn’t the kind of man women said no to. Unless you were Lauren Maxwell. Years ago, Daniel had worked a case that had destroyed her family…and her trust in men.
Now Lauren’s come home, a trauma doctor, all cool-eyed and distant. Still, something about this brave woman stirs up Daniel’s emotions. Lucky for him Lauren needs a strong lawman to help her safeguard a battered teenage patient. In hiding together, Daniel is determined to bridge the distance between them—even if it means getting his own heart broken again.
(originally published July 2007 as High-Stakes Honeymoon in Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1475 in mass market paperback and January 2019 in eBook by Harlequin)
While honeymooning solo might be unconventional, ex-bride-to-be Olivia Lambert can’t waste a fabulous trip to Costa Rica just because her former fiancé turned out to be pond scum. Imagine her surprise when a handsome stranger appears in the jungle—silver machete in his hand!
Lucky for Olivia, Ren Galvez is a scientist and one of the good guys. And he was trying to save Olivia from a near-certain death at the hands of one of the bad guys. But who is going to save Ren from her?
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