Peek-a-boo Protector by P-HarlequinEnterpris

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Police chief John Wise admired Samantha Corley's courage when she discovered her remote cabin ransacked and an adorable baby girl in need of a bottle. The only clue to her identity was the note pinned to her blanket, stirring John's protective instincts like nothing before. Agreeing to help Sam find out the truth, he claimed it was a purely professional pairing. But he couldn't ignore the way his heart clenched watching Sam care for the innocent child, or the feelings baby Emmie stirred in his soul. With the danger escalating, John knew he was in way too deep. Bad guys he could handle. Caring about the fate of both baby and guardian was out of his jurisdiction....

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									Peek-a-boo Protector
Seeing Double

Author: Rita Herron
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Police chief John Wise admired Samantha Corley's courage when she discovered her remote cabin
ransacked and an adorable baby girl in need of a bottle. The only clue to her identity was the note pinned
to her blanket, stirring John's protective instincts like nothing before. Agreeing to help Sam find out the
truth, he claimed it was a purely professional pairing. But he couldn't ignore the way his heart clenched
watching Sam care for the innocent child, or the feelings baby Emmie stirred in his soul. With the danger
escalating, John knew he was in way too deep. Bad guys he could handle. Caring about the fate of both
baby and guardian was out of his jurisdiction....
Author Bio
Rita Herron
Rita Herron wrote her first mystery novel when she was 12 years old, but she grew up in a small Southern
town (in a low-income family) and didn't think "real" people became writers. So it wasn't until her midlife
crisis years later that she actually pursued publication.Before she put pen to paper, she taught
kindergarten for 10 years. Finger painting, puppet shows, and storytelling with imaginative five-year-olds
made her yearn to do more with her creative edge, and she began by writing children's stories. Using a
variety of props, she performed stories for kids at bookstores, libraries, and schools.When summer
came, she was bombarded with three bored kids of her own (and a house full of pets). In a desperate
attempt to keep her own children occupied and maintain her sanity, she searched for a book on summer
activities for kids. The bookstores were lacking, so she wrote it herself! Her summer project turned into
her first book, entitled Surviving Summers with Kids: Fun Filled Activities for All.Once Rita read her first
romance novel, she was hooked. So she told her family she was leaving the finger painting, the puppets,
and the minivan behind, to write adult fiction. Since then she has sold 12 books, and recently won the
Maggie Award for her 1999 Harlequin Intrigue title, Her Eyewitness.Rita loves to hear from fans you can
contact her at rbherron@bellsouth.com or check updates on titles at www.suspense.net/rita-herron.

								
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