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To Protect Her Son

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Keeping the past where it belongs!

Moving to Eden Harbor is a dream for single mom Gayle Sawyer. A beautiful home. Friends. But this life and the carefully crafted lie she constructed years ago are threatened when her teenage son starts acting out. With few options, Gayle is forced to turn to counselor Nate Garrison for help. And Nate seems determined to dig into her past.
Paperback, 384 pages
Published February 3rd 2015 by Harlequin (first published February 1st 2015)
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Kate Vale
Feb 03, 2015 Kate Vale rated it liked it
Shelves: contemp-romance
Gayle Sawyer has left Anaheim to make a new life, one not linked to her ex-husband, still in prison. Her late aunt's house is the perfect reason for moving to Eden Harbor, a place to raise 12-yr-old Adam where no one knows who Gayle used to be. Only trouble with her plan is Adam's increasingly-frequent acting-out, forcing her to seek help with a mentor. That man happens to be former cop Nate Garrison, himself wounded badly by a teen with a gun. His injuries are too close to what her ex-husband ...more
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"MacLean’s complicated storyline and interesting characters make for a solid read. Gayle’s troubles with her teenage son come across quite real, as does her reaction to them" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).

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I fell in love with reading at a very early age, mostly because my mother was a school teacher and she insisted that my sisters and I be able to read really well. It wasn't until a career change that I was able to embrace my joy of writing. I'm happiest when I'm writing. I will always write. I can't help myself. The stories in my head have to reach the page, regardless of how commercial or ...more
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