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Caitlin's Guardian Angel (Those Sinclairs! #4)

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A Father's Fight

The assignment - protecting a witness to a brutal murder - was the toughest of Detective Graham Redhawk's career. Because the witness was Caitlin Cassidy, the woman who'd long ago decided that a half-Navajo renegade like him wasn't good enough to spend her life with....

At the same time, he was entangled in a bitter custody battle for his adopted son. And hi

ebook, Silhouette Intimate Moments #661, Harlequin Treasury 1990s
Published July 2012 by Harlequin Books (first published September 1995)
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Enjoyed the chemistry between Caitlin and Graham...the love that never died...i really wished she could have sucked it to her mother though,really hard. a really nice, quiet good read..
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Gray and Caitlin were once engaged until a misunderstanding drove them apart. Over a decade later, she's a witness to a murder and he's the cop assigned to protect her.

Caitlin's Guardian Angel has a good plot. But the writing left me with a sour taste in my mouth. For me, the constant head hopping drove me crazy and distracted from the story. And with that, I put this book into my "trade" pile.
Cathy Beckett
The book was okay. I needed a palette cleanser and this was it. It was a little tame and the story was a little too simple for my taste.

I enjoyed the change of pace but not the humdrum storyline. I could see what was coming before I got out of the first chapter.
Michelle zeringue
this was a REALLY good book. i really enjoyed it. i havent really read enything out of the fantasy books intell this book. but really excelent.
This is a great book about how love can adventually win out over anything, including interfering parents and murderers.
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