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Books by Barbara, writing as Anne Logan




Finding Kendall | A Dance With the Devil | That Old Devil Moon
Dial "D" for Destiny | Twin Oaks | Gulf Breezes


Finding Kendall
arlequin's exciting Delta Justice Series, November '97
ISBN 0-373-82563-3

Cover:  Finding Kendall by Anne LoganEx-cop Remy Delacroix had opted out of so-called civilization to live and work in the Louisiana swamp. But his sanctuary was being invaded, and he was feeling very uncivilized when he came across a woman he decided needed rescuing.

She barely knew who she was, much less why she'd come into Remy's life. Kendall sensed there was something sinister afoot, something involving Remy's uncle. The sinister part was a given--she'd been left for dead in the bayou. But by whom? As for the villain of the piece, how could she even guess?



A Dance With the Devil
An Anthology from St. Martin's Press, October '97
ISBN 0-312-96318-1

Cover:  A Dance With the Devil, Anthology featuring The Haunting of Sarah by Barbara Colley, writing as Anne LoganLouisiana; the enigmatic bayoux, the moss-draped river trees, the ghostly city of New Orleans, a setting for devilish intrigue and dangerous love. Four talented authors who make their homes in this mysterious state conjure tales of three desperate women and a man who, long ago, dared to dance with the devil, risking souls for hearts' desire...and finding love.

"The Haunting of Sarah" by Anne Logan. When her childhood sweetheart rejected her, lovely Sarah married his twin to provide for her family. Now, trapped in a cruel marriage, she offers her soul for one night in the arms of the man she should have wed.



That Old Devil Moon
Harlequin Superromance, April 1996
ISBN 0-373-70688-X

Cover:  That Old Devil Moon, by Barbara Colley, writing as Anne LoganOne summer in New Orleans—

Madeline Johnson is determined to uncover the truth about her brother. His last words—a cry for help on Maddie's answering machine—contradict what the New Orleans police are telling her. The cops seem in a real hurry to close the case, and the one detective who may be able to help is about to go on vacation.

Alex Batiste's vacation plans are set. His daughter's come to stay with him and, along with the usual teenage problems, the girl—encouraged by Alex's ex-wife—has a bad attitude toward her father. So police work is the furthest thing from Alex's mind.

But it's not that easy to get the beautiful Maddie out of his mind. Apart from her persistence and her unwavering belief in her brother—traits he admires—she seems to know all the right things to say and do around his daughter. Now helping Maddie is becoming more than simply doing his job.


Dial "D" for Destiny
Harlequin Superromance , February 1994
ISBN 0-373-70585-9

Cover:  Dial D for Destiny, by Barbara Colley, writing as Anne LoganWrong number...right man...

Lisa LeBlanc's sister was missing. All Lisa knew was that Dixie had been on her way to meet Gabriel Jordan, a man she'd spoken to several times but never actually seen.

Gabriel Jordan had never heard of Dixie, so Lisa's accusations made no sense. Or did they? Somewhere in the recesses of his mind, Gabe had an uneasy feeling he knew the answer.

Forced to put aside their differences in the search for Dixie, neither dared acknowledge the attraction between them--an attraction that was drawing them together as powerfully as circumstances were pulling them apart.



Twin Oaks
Harlequin Superromance , June 1993
ISBN 0-373-70550-6

Cover:  Twin Oaks, by Barbara Colley, writing as Anne LoganRisky Business...

Adrienne Hamilton knew Twin Oaks Country Club needed a mriacle to survive--and his name was Dillon Reynolds, the gorgeous, headstrong son of the owner.

Now, in addition to coping with her own teenage daughter, an irresponsible ex-husband and a matchmaking uncle, Adrienne had to mediate between the stubborn father and the hotheaded son.

Her job was on the line. She had no time for the very unprofessional feelings Dillon evoked. She certainly had no business falling for the boss's son.


Gulf Breezes
Harlequin Superromance No. 507, July 1992
ISBN 0-373-70507-7

Cover:  Gulf Breezes, by Barbara Colley, writing as Anne LoganShe was a prisoner on his boat...

Samantha Bradford was beginning to regret climbing aboard the Jenny II to see if she could help its captain. Sick as he had been, Marc Dureaux had set sail, and now Sam was trapped with a stranger on the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Marc had his own problems. He'd witnessed an assassination, and the perpetrators were after him. No way could he risk returning to land. He and Sam would just have to make the best of it. And the best seemed to happen whenever he kissed her.

Then things took a turn for the worse...




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