WOMAN IN HIDING
When Leslie Hopkins takes her sister's identity to escape her obsessive ex-fiancé, she becomes a Woman in Hiding (2). Her search for employment leads her to Teton National Park and ranger Pierce Gallager. Pierce needs a nanny for son Cory and, despite reser vations, finds himself falling for the woman with the mysterious past. Rebecca Winters' story suffers from illogical character motivations. The heroine is willing to take drastic and illegal actions to protect herself from a stalker, and yet falls into a domestic routine that would jeopardize the child she cares for. The tale fizzles when the expected confrontation with her ex-fiancé never occurs.