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The Texas Lawman's Last Stand (Texas Maternity Hostages & Texas Maternity Labor and Delivery #6)

4.19 of 5 stars 4.19  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Texas lawman Bo Duggan got the shock of his life when Mattie Collier showed up on his doorstep, claiming his daughter was really hers and not his son's twin. But before Bo could argue, Mattie became a gunman's target and duty compelled him to protect her. After getting the children to safety and then going on the run, Bo couldn't help but admire the way Mattie wouldn't bac...more
Paperback, 217 pages
Published January 4th 2011 by Harlequin (first published December 21st 2010)
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Paula Legate
I’ve read over 300 books this year, and this book is in my top 5%. I’m listing it as one of my favorites. This book had a gripping plot, with action, suspense, and romance.

The book starts out with Mattie, and Nadine in labor at the hospital. Armed gunmen stormed the hospital, and took hostages. Mattie, and Nadine was able to slip out of their beds, and find a hiding spot in the nurse lounge. They helped to deliver each other’s babies.

Mattie had been in the Witness protection Program. Her files h...more
Silverana
This isn’t too much of an original story. I’ve read several where the hero’s or usually the heroine’s baby is for some reason placed into the custody of the hero or heroine. The hero is then left trying to protect the baby and the woman because someone is after them. If you like premises like these as I do, then you will like this story, especially if you like Delores Fossen’s stories of this nature.

The only thing that was a little annoying is that a lot of Harlequin Intrigue stories regarding...more
Jeanette Arens
Great book great characters great series sorry it has come to an end
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Texas author, Delores Fossen, wore combat boots. Yep. During her five year assignment at RAF Lakenheath, England, this former Air Force captain often wore not only combat boots but also full chemical gear during simulated attacks. In fact, that's how she met her husband, Tom, an Air Force Top Gun. They were both in charcoal suits and gas masks, with every inch of their skin covered, and yet Tom as...more
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