Montana Lawman

Montana Lawman Nowhere to HideLibrarian Molly Brewster had successfully created a new identity for herself until Deputy Sheriff Holt Tanner started asking questions about her past Molly couldn t help but look to the

  • Title: Montana Lawman
  • Author: Allison Leigh
  • ISBN: 9780373244973
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Nowhere to HideLibrarian Molly Brewster had successfully created a new identity for herself until Deputy Sheriff Holt Tanner started asking questions about her past Molly couldn t help but look to the ground when he watched her with his soulful brown eyes and waited for her to answer In Holt, she sensed a need as deep as her own to be loved completely and without feaNowhere to HideLibrarian Molly Brewster had successfully created a new identity for herself until Deputy Sheriff Holt Tanner started asking questions about her past Molly couldn t help but look to the ground when he watched her with his soulful brown eyes and waited for her to answer In Holt, she sensed a need as deep as her own to be loved completely and without fear.Holt had a case to solve and faced a beguiling librarian with secrets He wanted to ease the pain that kept Molly from confiding in him, but he didn t quite trust her or himself.Would his search for the truth force Molly into hiding, or would his love set her free and make her his

    One thought on “Montana Lawman”

    1. Two-haiku review:She finds a bodyDeputy investigatesWhat's she so scared of?Nice, small town romanceBit obvious mysteryBut enjoyable

    2. Really good book. The town librarian is murdered and Deputy Sheriff Holt is assigned to solve the case. That also meant looking into the secrets of the Assistant Librarian, Molly Brewster, who Holt believes is telling less than she knows. Over a period of time which also dealt with the sensitive issues of spousal abuse, adultery and guilt over his partner's death, Deputy Holt solves the mystery and wins the hand of his librarian love. The guilty party could have been identified way earlier in th [...]

    3. I had a very hard time even getting to the middle. This is a Harlequin, they are usually very fast reads. It was very boring.

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