Maura Anderson was out of options.
Her adopted daughter, three-year-old Katie, is her entire world, and no heartless legal system was going to take her baby away. She did what any mother would do. She grabbed Katie and ran—even if it meant breaking the law.
Sheriff Alan Parks believes in the law, following it and enforcing it to the letter. Then Maura Anderson shows up in his small, quiet town, and he knows she’s running from something. At first, he assumes she’s running from someone – an ex-husband or boyfriend – but when she won’t confide in him he starts wondering. Who is this woman who’s captured his heart, and what or who is she afraid? When he finds the answers, however, a part of him wishes he’d never asked the question. Because how can he help her when he represented what she’s fleeing . . . the law.
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Just enough tension, suspense and love for a satisfying read.
Could not put this book down. Patricia Keelyn understands and put to pen the feelings and deep love a Mother has for her child. The heroine felt she could trust no one. The hero, while battling his own thought of right and wrong, loved deep enough to stand by his love and support her. A deep moving book.