Night Thunder

By Jill Gregory
(Dell, Mass Market Paperback, 9780440237358, 368pp.)

Publication Date: June 29, 2004

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Josy Warner has to get out of town—fast. A favor for a friend has plunged her into deadly danger—and sent the topflight fashion designer fleeing New York to a place where no one knows her name. The tiny Wyoming town of Thunder Creek may be more than the answer to a prayer. It could hold the key to her past…and the only family she has left in the world. The last thing she expects is to fall for a rugged man of the land—a handsome widowed sheriff who calls to the wild places in her own heart.

Josy Warner’s arrival in Thunder Creek has set tongues wagging and ranchers vying for her attention. But if there’s one thing Ty Barclay knows, it’s a woman in trouble. As his attraction to the secretive beauty deepens into fierce desire, Ty vows to keep Josy safe at all costs…even when the dangers of his job bring a killer after them. Now, with perilous night crashing around them, Ty and Josy are fighting for their lives—and a love that can lead to the most glorious future of all: forever in each other’s arms.




About the Author

Jill Gregory grew up in Chicago and received her B.A. in English from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. She now lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan with her husband, her daughter, and their Yorkshire terrier. She is the author of eleven Dell historical romances. She previously wrote for Berkley, and has been a New York Times bestselling author ever since the publication of The Wayward Hearth early in her career.




Praise For Night Thunder

"Gregory packs her tale with so many twists and turns that life is never dull in Thunder Creek."
--Publishers Weekly

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