Dangerous Intent

Northern Pines Suspense Book 2

by Roxanne Rustand

Roxanne Rustand, LLC

Mystery: Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance: Clean & Wholesome

May 14, 2021

Available in: e-Book

Dangerous Intent
by Roxanne Rustand

Ornery livestock, an isolated farmhouse, and a dangerous stranger lurking in the forest--why on earth had she taken this job?

ETHAN NEEDS HELP
While away having surgery in a distant city and then recuperating at home, Ethan desperately needs summer help caring for his son and small farm.

ABBY AND HER NEW RESCUE DOG NEED A HOME
But it has been impossible to find a place for the summer in the busy, northern Wisconsin resort town. Especially one that will accept both her and her dog. Ethan's offer is a perfect solution, right?

It is...until she must learn to deal with his flock of ornery goats, a herd of cattle escaping, and a litter of new puppies born while he's away.

AND NOW, AN ARMED AND DANGEROUS STRANGER IS LURKING IN THE SHADOWS...
A man who will stop at nothing. Not even murder, to get what he wants.

Roxanne Rustand is the USA Today Bestselling author of forty romance and romantic suspense novels---sweet, clean & wholesome, and inspirational. Her books have sold over 2.75 million copies.

*NOTE: This book has been given a more appropriate cover and title for its genre, but there are no other changes from its original title: ONE MORE WISH.

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Roxanne Rustand's Bio

Roxanne Rustand is the award-winning author of forty romantic suspense and heart-warming romance novels for Superromance, Heartwarming, Everlasting, Love Inspired, Love Inspired Suspense, and the sweet (clean and wholesome) romance genre. You can find her new releases at: https://www.roxannerustand.com/book-table and find her blog or newsletter sign-up form at: https:// www.roxannerustand.com She's living her childhood dream while living on an acreage in the country with her husband, three horses, a golden retriever rescue, a rambunctious puppy, and six fluffy barn cats--a much smaller menagerie than when their three kids were still at home. Ranches, animals, and small-town life frequently find their way into her books.