Midnight Rider (Mass Market)

By Kat Martin

St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9781250041418, 384pp.

Publication Date: July 1, 2014

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

She was his captive.

As soon as the tall, handsome Spaniard leaned down from his stallion to offer her a rose, Caralee McConnell knew California held danger. But all too quickly she was forced to deny the heat Ramon de la Guerra had sparked. Determined to please her uncle who had saved her from poverty, she must resign herself to marrying a man he has chosen for her...and ignore what is in her heart.

He was the one man she was forbidden to have...

Behind Ramon's dark eyes throbbed the memory of his lands, stolen by the beautiful Americana's uncle. He had sworn to reclaim them—riding by night as the ruthless outlaw, El Dragón. In a moment of rage and revenge, he stole Caralee away to his mountain lair...but there, in a passion as sweet as California wine, he would reveal a secret that could cost him his life—and his heart's freedom—in Midnight Rider.

"Kat Martin dishes up sizzling passions and true love."—Los Angeles Daily News



About the Author

Kat Martin’s bestselling novels include Nothing But Velvet, Innocence Undone, and the Raines of Wind Canyon Series—Against the Wind, Against the Fire, and Against the Law. Her book Silk and Steel was nominated for a RITA Award. She is a graduate of the University of California, where she majored in Anthropology and History, a background that helped to develop her interest in the past. "I love anything old," she says. "I especially love to visit the settings for my books. My husband and I often stay in out-of-the-way inns and houses built in times past. It's fun and it gives a wonderful sense of a bygone era." Before becoming a writer, Martin was a real estate broker. She lives with her husband, author Larry Jay Martin, in Missoula, Montana.


Praise For Midnight Rider

“What an outlaw! Dark, dangerous and delicious! Midnight Rider is a rich panorama of Old California. I couldn't put it down!” —Georgina Gentry