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The lawman lassoes a family

Author: Rachel Lee
Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Mills & Boon, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"After her policeman husband died in the line of duty, Vicki Templeton swore off lawmen, both for her sake, and her four-year-old daughter's. But when she moves to Conard County, Wyoming, Vicki can't help falling for a new man in uniform: her handsome new neighbour, Dan. A widower himself, sheriff's deputy Dan Casey knows about loss. He tries to keep away from beautiful Vicki and little Krystal, but they make him  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Romance fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rachel Lee
ISBN: 9780263251548 0263251543
OCLC Number: 913788811
Notes: "Cherish"--Cover.
Description: 1 volume ; 17 cm
Responsibility: by Rachel Lee.

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"After her policeman husband died in the line of duty, Vicki Templeton swore off lawmen, both for her sake, and her four-year-old daughter's. But when she moves to Conard County, Wyoming, Vicki can't help falling for a new man in uniform: her handsome new neighbour, Dan. A widower himself, sheriff's deputy Dan Casey knows about loss. He tries to keep away from beautiful Vicki and little Krystal, but they make him long for the family he's always dreamt of. It's the one thing they're most afraid of ... but opening their hearts could grant Vicki and Dan a magical future."--Publisher description.

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