The Lawman Who Loved Her, orig. pub. 2001.  Click on cover to pre-order from Amazon.


NO HERO from Tule Publishing Group.
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October 15, 2014 from Harlequin!
The Electronic edition of my very first Harlequin Intrigue, The Lawman Who Loved Her, published in 2001. The book that introduced Devereux Gautier (NO HERO.)

sherri review lawman THE LAWMAN WHO LOVED HER:

He was a lawman she knew, all too well… and as Dana Maxwell gazed into the steely eyes of the officer assigned to protect her from a madman, her senses burned hot. Here was the one man guaranteed to turn her orderly world inside out. Tall, dark and devastatingly charming Cody Maxwell—Dana’s former husband.

Cody’s worst enemy would kill Dana to get to him
—and Cody vowed on his badge and his honor that it would never happen. Being in his care would make Dana spitting mad, but Cody trusted her safety to no one else. Danger had once torn them apart—now it tied them together for a reckoning long overdue!


What makes a man a hero?

Police Detective Devereux Gautier knows he’s no hero.  He’s seen too much and failed too many times. Now the homeless kids he mentors are dying and the only person who can help him find the killer is the woman who dug up his past to destroy him. Dev needs her help to solve the case, but he can’t trust her and he can’t trust himself around her, because she’s the sexiest, most intelligent woman he’s ever met.

Journalist Reghan Connor knows there are no heroes, and she’s out to prove it on the air for all of New Orleans. Her latest debunked hero is Detective Dev Gautier, who hates her for exposing his mistakes. Now Reghan has been given the key to the murders of Dev’s homeless teens, but how can she convince him she’s not setting him up for another fall? As they work together to solve the murders, Reghan learns that being a hero is complicated and loving a hero can be downright deadly.


Praise for NO HERO:

addictive and well written, Books and Spoons Reviews.

It’s a very gritty story; if you like Mr. Perfect by Linda Howard then you definitely want to read this. Whiskey in the Jar Reviews

I was on the edge of my seat for most of this book. I sacrificed sleep to try to get to the end faster. Jean Boehmke

perfect balance of chemistry and suspense with plenty of action, Sparkymom

Wow- what a dark, emotional story,


July and August, 2014

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RT Magazine says (About Sanctuary in Chef Voleur): With action spilling over, tension ratcheting up and shadows of a painful past, Kane’s tale has all the elements of a first-class novel.



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