Cowboy Protector

Cowboy Protector Two years ago Hannah Williams left the Witness Protection Program and she s been running ever since To stay ahead of the mob she changes her name and location constantly So when she takes a job cari

  • Title: Cowboy Protector
  • Author: Margaret Daley
  • ISBN: 9780373443857
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two years ago, Hannah Williams left the Witness Protection Program and she s been running ever since To stay ahead of the mob, she changes her name and location constantly So when she takes a job caring for a Montana rancher s sick daughter, she expects to leave soon But little Misty Taylor tugs at Hannah s heartstrings and so does her handsome father Hannah knows AuTwo years ago, Hannah Williams left the Witness Protection Program and she s been running ever since To stay ahead of the mob, she changes her name and location constantly So when she takes a job caring for a Montana rancher s sick daughter, she expects to leave soon But little Misty Taylor tugs at Hannah s heartstrings and so does her handsome father Hannah knows Austin Taylor suspects she s keeping secrets But how can she tell him the truth without endangering the pair she s come to love

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    1 thought on “Cowboy Protector”

    1. Hannah decides she is better off on her own with out the Marshall's protection. Could it be there is a leak in the Marshall's office? But now she is putting innocent people in harms way and doesn't know who is hunting her until it almost too late.

    2. #3 Protecting the WitnessesOperation Black Veil: The woman in the black veil has told FBI Special Agent Jackson McGraw that Salvatore Martino, former don of the Martino Crime family, is seriously ill. It has been confirmed that his son wants to kill Eloise Hill, the girl who put his father behind bars, before he dies as a tribute to him.As long as she keeps changing her name & moving locations, she can stay a step ahead of the men she has testified against. She left the Witness Protection Pr [...]

    3. Protecting the WitnessBook 3This was a great book about a woman who was in the witness protection program, but left when she feared she'd been found. She's not protecting herself the best she can and takes a job at an isolated ranch to take care of a little girl injured in a car accident that took the life of her mother.Both Hannah and Austin were great, strong characters. The romance developed nicely. I loved the chemistry that had through the last half of the book. The author didn't force them [...]

    4. Jen Davis alias Hannah Williams moved every few months and changed her name every 6 months. After testifying about a murder she seen, the man's brother threatened her life and she became part of the Witness Protection Program. She had nothing to do with the mob in Chicago but being she was in the WPP and had green eyes- she was hunted, only she did not know it.Austin Taylor needed someone to care for her daughter as she recovered from a car accident. His granny's friend, Saul, was being taken ca [...]

    5. It was a good book. Third in a series. This is about Hannah (Jen Davis) that left witness protection because she thought the program had failed her. she is hired to work on a ranch to help care for Rancher's daughter after a bad car accident. Though she thinks that she can't stay on with this family that she has come to care a great deal for because of her situation. Then her past comes knocking.

    6. Awww happy endings! Took a while to get there though. Well written; I fell in love with the characters. I'm a little disappointed it's not a true series, but I'm interested in the other books in the genre.

    7. This was a really fun, suspenseful read. I loved the hero, strong cowboy type, and his daughter was priceless too.Highly recommended!

    8. 2.5 stars. Short, mindless entertainment. Not bad, but marred by tons of editing issues. Like what you read? Visit me at my blog

    9. In time want to read this one again. The story continually keeps your interest. I find it fun to read. It was another excellent book of Margaret Daley.

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