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DUTY TO PROTECT
by Beth Cornelison

Genre: Series, Silhouette Romantic Suspense, Current Series Imprints

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Ginny West, a counselor at the Lagniappe Women's Center, is in the
middle of difficult case. Her client's
abusive husband will stop at nothing to get to his wife and children, even setting the center on fire. Firefighter Riley Sinclair, who just happens to be the sexy neighbor she's been flirting with, saves her. As Ginny spends more time with Riley, she feels he's holding back in their relationship. Will she see in time that Riley is there for her in all the ways that count? In Duty to Protect (3), Beth Cornelison highlights the important topic of domestic abuse but, combined with the intense concerns of the hero and heroine, it's emotional overload. Fortunately, happiness awaits.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: July 2008

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