STRANGER IN A SMALL TOWN
When Dr. Katriona Macauley's best friend dies of cancer, she agrees to adopt the woman's daughter once the girl's biological father signs away his rights. But Secret Service agent Seth Anderson isn't so sure he wants to give up a daughter he never knew about. And the situation is complicated even further by his attraction to Kat, who he's investigating as a suspected counterfeiter. While this coincidence is a bit far-fetched, Margaret Watson's Stranger in a Small Town (4) is still exceedingly well written, and her characters are three-dimensional in their faults and insecurities.