Honor Mayfield and Conn Landry meet as a res ult of a legacy - a prize-winning racehorse. Honor thought t heir chance meeting with Conn was a fortunate stroke of luck but she was about to walk into a trap. '
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Jayne Ann Krentz holds a B.A in History from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University. To help educate the public about the romantic genre she became the editor and a contributor to Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women, a non-fiction essay collection that won the prestigious Susan Koppelman Award for Feminist Studies. She and her husband live in Seattle.
Actress Allyson Ryan can be heard in commercials, promos, animation, and audiobooks. She received an Audiofile Earphones Award for The Divinity of Second Chances by Kaya Mclaren, has an extensive stage and TV resume, and appears as Young Mom in dozens of TV commercials. She was nominated for Best Actress from the publication Advertising Age for her work as the Duracell Mom and currently resides in LA.
Honor Mayfield has just stepped out of the frying pan and into the fire. She had almost caught up with a loan shark known as Mr. Granger at the Santa Anita racetrack when Conn Landry pulls her aside. At first it seems as though he’s doing Honor a favor by keeping her from walking into the trap the police have set to catch Granger, but actually he has fashioned his own trap for her. By paying off the money her sister Edena owes Granger, Conn has cleverly put Honor in his debt. Conn insists that all he wants is the pleasure of Honor’s company at dinner and at the racetrack to watch his Thoroughbred, Legacy, run. However, the more time they spend together, the more Honor realizes that she is falling for a man who is only interested in revenge. The horse-racing world lends an intriguing element to the plot in this hardover edition of Krentz’s 1985 Harlequin romance, and Krentz fans will enjoy these early prototypes for her deliciously dark and dangerous heroes and coolly capable heroines. --John Charles
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