In this series View all Book 3. Loved the way she expanded the book. A very solid, sexy read. October 16, ISBN: This particular story focuses on catching a group of people, who are smuggling drugs and other things into the states via the Flying M and surrounding ranches.
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She grew up on a ranch in southeastern Arizona. She has been writing ever since she can remember, back to her kindergarten days when she penned her first poem. A true Arizona native, she loves the desert and all of the sunshine and beautiful sunsets that go along with it.
All from Cochise College—and not a one of them over nineteen. The county sheriff sounded way rattled, and way past pissed as he continued. The place has been shut down for two decades, but the vat of lye was new. Most of the road between Douglas and Bisbee was reasonably straight and flat, which was a good thing, since his mind had gotten stuck on three dead teenagers who would never come home for Christmas break. No doubt the kids were running drugs, probably small stuff, maybe to the campus or even to local high schools.
Had to hurt when we wiped out their inside contact in local law enforcement. Luke sat for a second or two, reminding himself of the basic details of his cover ID of Luke Rider. Who the hell came up with these undercover names? Had to be some soap- opera-obsessed technician in Accounting. For better or worse, whoever named him, he was Luke Rider, ranch foreman on the Flying M. It was powerful enough that he felt it from within the hidden pocket in his specially designed gun holster sewn to the inside of his duster.
He reached under the black duster, slipped the phone out from below his firearm, and checked the caller ID. Rios was busy getting info on Wade Larson, owner of Coyote Pass, among others in the area— rancher, lawman, and cowhand alike. Coyote Pass Ranch bordered the Flying M, and after that came a short string of border ranches also owned by longtime Douglas ranchers.
All of them would eventually have to be investigated.
Luke: Armed and Dangerous
Luke : Armed and Dangerous