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Protecting Her Daughter ~ Review

Protecting Her Daughter
Wrangler's Corner #3
By Lynette Eason

Zoe Collier is hiding from the people who are threatening her daughter.  The remote small town of Wrangler's Corner seemed like the perfect hiding place to keep Sophia safe, at least it had until the kidnappers came after them again.

Now Zoe has to rely on Aaron Starke and the small police force of Wrangler's Corner to help keep them safe.  But what could be the motivation behind these attacks?  Until they can figure this out Zoe and Sophia will never be safe not will those offering them protection.

Will running again be their best course of action?  Or will this make them more vulnerable?

As Zoe and Aaron try to discover who is after them they begin to discover who each other is.  Could they have something more than friendship if they survive?

Fans of Lynette Eason's Inspirational Suspense will enjoy this book as it pulls the reader onto the action from the opening scenes, Attempted kidnappings, shooters, and a pregnant cow make for an entertaining and exciting reading experience.

We're told to keep our enemies close which is easier said than done especially when you don't know who your enemy is.  And some enemies are closer than we realize...

I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for my honest review.

About the Book:

After someone attempts to abduct her daughter, single mom Zoe Collier flees to a remote ranch for safety. But when the would-be kidnappers follow them to Wrangler's Corner, Zoe must figure out why somebody wants Sophia. Local vet Aaron Starke is determined to help Zoe investigate—and to keep his intriguing new neighbors safe. Zoe's used to relying on her own wits to survive. But quick-witted, caring Aaron is just the type of man she needs in her corner. And he might be her partner for keeps…if they can find the truth without losing their lives. 

Wrangler's Corner: Family comes first

Excerpt teaser taken from the front the book

“I don’t think I could shoot someone, Aaron.”

“If it comes down to his life or yours or his and Sophia’s, I think you could.”

Tears filled her eyes, and she glanced up at him, not caring if he saw the wetness. “Yes, I could for Sophia.” She sniffed, and a tear traced down her cheek. He lifted a hand and thumbed it away but left his palm cupping her cheek. She drew in a sharp breath.

“Clay will figure out what’s going on. The man in the hospital will wake up eventually, and Clay will get him to talk.”

Zoe closed her eyes against the lovely sensation of his touch. She had no business feeling an attraction for him. Not when she was fighting for hers and Sophia’s lives. She opened her eyes and met his. “Aaron, I appreciate everything you and your family and friends have done for Sophia and me, but I think it’s time for us to run again.”

“How is that going to help?”

She sighed. “Well, for one, it’ll give the authorities time to try to figure things out. But I can’t run without help.”

He frowned. “What do you mean?”

“I want you to help us disappear.