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"Unjust accusations shattered Blake Redmond's big-city police career, and destroyed everything around him. Now, all this sheriff lives for is keeping watch over his small Texas town, until Amanda Hawthorne and her five-year-old son come fleeing out of a snowstorm with killers on their trail. The terror Blake sees in the young boy's eyes makes Blake swear to protect him and his injured mother. But winning Amanda's trust is as difficult as resisting the passion drawing him to this beautiful, determined woman. With their every move thwarted and time running out, the only way Blake can clear his name and save this little family is to confront his own dangerous past, no matter what the cost"--P.  of cover.
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