Infamous

Ballantine Books
Originally published 2010
A paperback original
Read an excerpt

In her first original paperback in more than six years, New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann delivers an unforgettable novel of contemporary romance and thrilling suspense.

When history professor Alison Carter became a consultant to the film version of the Wild West legend she’d dedicated her career to researching, she couldn’t possibly know that she would not only get a front row seat to a full-blown Hollywood circus, but that she would innocently witness something that would put her life in danger. Nor did she expect that a tall stranger in a cowboy hat would turn the movie — and her world — completely upside down.

A.J. Gallagher didn’t crash the set in dusty Arizona to rub elbows with Hollywood’s elite. Unable to ignore ghosts from the past that refuse to stay buried, A.J. came to put an end to the false legend that has tarnished the reputation of his family. But when he confronts Alison, sparks fly. And when she becomes targeted by ruthless criminals, suddenly she and A.J. must face the intense attraction that threatens to consume them, in order to survive the danger that threatens their very lives.

REVIEWS

“INFAMOUS is the perfect combination of humor, mystery, danger, intrigue and romance. A very fun read.” — Fresh Fiction

BB Infamous 300 dpi

A_AZNKINDLEA_NOOK60sappleibookA_RH

More Digital Editions

A_AZNCOMA_BN60Bam60IB

More Print Editions

 60AcomAudio 60audible 60iTunes 60downpour  

“INFAMOUS goes in a totally different direction for Ms. Brockmann, and its freshness and originality will not be easily matched by any other writer soon. A Perfect 10 is almost not good enough for INFAMOUS, but I am still giving it one. The uniqueness, passion, inventiveness and emotion will overwhelm everyone who reads it. If Suzanne Brockmann’s books are an automatic buy for you, I suggest you get in the car now, drive to your nearest book store, and get your copy before they’re all gone. Trust me, I wouldn’t lead you astray.” — Carolyn Crisher, Romance Reviews Today