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Risk It All by Katie Ruggle

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Also by Katie Ruggle:

Risk It All, January 2020
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In Her Sights, April 2019
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Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas, October 2018
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Through the Fire, August 2018
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Risk It All
Katie Ruggle

Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters #2
Sourcebooks
January 2020
On Sale: December 31, 2019
320 pages
ISBN: 1492662526
EAN: 9781492662525
Kindle: B07Q2FXZLN
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Romance Suspense

Five bounty-hunting sisters
Deep in the heart of the Rockies
Fighting to save each other
...and the men who steal their hearts

Cara Pax never wanted to be a bounty hunter. She's happy to leave chasing criminals and tackling skips to her sisters. But if she wants her dreams of escaping the family business to come true, she's got one last job to finish... Only problem is, she doesn't think her bounty is guilty.

Henry Kavenski is a man with innocence to prove. When he realizes that Cara believes him, he'll do anything to keep her out of harm's way. Escaping criminals and dodging cops might not be the best time to fall in love, but Henry and Cara won't give up, not when there's a chance at a new life ahead—if they can survive the fall.

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25 comments posted.

Re: Risk It All

I would prefer mountains.
(Melanie Rosen 3:55am December 30)

I'd prefer the mountains. Congratulations on your
release,Katie!
(
Tina Rucci 4:21am December 30)

sounds like a good read
(
Vickie Couturier 9:25am December 30)

we generally take a beach vacation, but I love the mountains too - as long as there is water around like a lake or river or even a stream
(
Diane Sallans 12:43pm December 30)

Totally a beach girl here! Gimme warm sunshine and sand for
my toes and I'm in heaven!
(
Faith Sparks 4:12pm December 30)

It's the mountains for me. I love to see the beautiful trees and flowers, the sparkling streams, and even the wildlife.
(
Anna Speed 5:13pm December 30)

I prefer the mountains, you have a chance to get cooler.
(
Cynthia St. Germain 8:04pm December 30)

Mountains, most definitely. I grew up in the Adirondack
Mountains of NY, lived in Northern Maine in those
mountains, then the Rockies in Colorado, and now live in the
foot hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We lived in Colorado
Springs, CO for 3 years and loved every minute. Best
assignment my husband had during his AF career. We
would have loved to stay longer or retire there, but it didn't
work out. We go back out West to the Rockies whenever we
can. I love that you have set your series in that area. It
makes them more enjoyable for me.
(
Patricia Barraclough 12:11pm December 31)

I love the beach and miss it so much. Lived in the bay
area of Ca for 49 years then married someone who lived in
Iowa and moved there and not a beach in site and it makes
me so depressed. I have several friends we went to school
together 54 years ago and some of them still live near
HMB and they know that when I see my family first place
we go is the beach. Last Sept we took my husband to Santa
Cruz and he saw my love for it and he really likes it.
When we were dating he did go to SF and we all ate out as
a family dinner and he loved it with the ocean right
below us We plan to move back when he retires in 8 yrs
and I hope he goes thru with it as i am homebound and
would rather be out there with my kids and 9 grandkids
that can help me write etc and his kids hardly see him so
he know how important family is to me as i grew up in a
abusive foster home and didnt go to my grandmas till i
was 16 too many years in the system. Thanks a lot for
asking that question and you have a safe New Years Eve
but have a lot of fun. Peggy clayton ptclayton2@aol.com
(
Peggy Clayton 12:42pm December 31)

Beach! I live in the mountains
(
Katrina Dehart 1:40pm December 31)

I would go for a walk by water probably on the boardwalk
at the Shaker Nature Center. Water is soothing,
mesmerizing and refuels me not matter what kind of day it
is. Deer, chipmunks, squirrels, ducks, geese and other
birds are in their natural habitat there. One time I saw
a weasel. I've seen beavers build their dams, too.
(
Alyson Widen 1:57pm December 31)

the mountains
(
Jean Patton 2:43pm December 31)

I like both. I love the mountains when it isn't snowing.
(
Glenda Martillotti 3:08pm December 31)

Your books sound amazing! I love the mountains. They are my
"happy place"!
(
Jamie Gillespie 3:11pm December 31)

David Fredendall 12/31/2019
Your books sound great
(
David Fredendall 4:05pm December 31)

Honestly it completely depends on my moods. I love both. But right now the beach because I'm freezing! LOL
(
Amber Hall 9:10pm December 31)

Beach! (hands down!)
(
Martin Bodnar 7:55am January 1)

I prefer the mountains.
(
Jana B 11:40am January 1)

The mountains since there would be more of a breeze and shadier.
(
Sharon Good 2:15pm January 1)

I prefer the mountains because it can be so peaceful there.
I love the mountains.
(
Lynne Brigman 6:05pm January 1)

I would prefer the beach. I love to soak up the sun!
(
Mackenzie Bates 5:08am January 3)

Mountains over the beach for me!
(
Tracy Urschler 8:31am January 3)

Definitely prefer the mountains.
(
Nancy Reynolds 4:48pm January 3)

I can be beachy keen!
(
Rebecca Shields 9:15pm January 5)

I love the beach.
(
Renee Grandinetti 11:38pm January 5)

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