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The Officer's Girl

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Blowing into town in the path of a Category 4 hurricane isn't the new life Stephanie Bryant had in mind...especially when sexy Cocoa Beach police officer Brett Lincoln tells her she has to evacuate immediately. Or else! And now the ultra-hunky cop is monitoring her every move.Brett knows Stephanie's transfer to his Florida hometown is just a rung on her corporate-climbing...more
Paperback, Harlequin American Romance #1304, 212 pages
Published April 13th 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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Juli D.
Moving to Cocoa Beach, about to take on a job as Space Tech's Human Resource officer is just one step in Stephanie's climb to the top of the corporate ladder. The last thing she wants to think about is love, or hurricanes, but she gets both the night she moves into her Cocoa Beach condo. Enter Cocoa Beach policeman Brett Lincoln who, when he tries to explain this to the feisty brunette, that she has to evacuate, now, and cannot settle in for the night, can't get a word in edgewise for the first...more
Romance is the last thing career-minded Stephanie Bryant wants when she takes the job as her company's director of human resources in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Her eyes are fixed firmly on occupying the CEO's office.

That is, they are until hunky cop Brett Lincoln shows up to tell her she has to evacuate almost the moment she arrives to escape the hurricane bearing down on the coast. He takes her breath away until she decides he's just a good-time Charlie who will never put her first.

As for Brett, he...more
Hero's a cop, heroine's from the midwest, newly moved to coastal Florida as a hurricane's coming in. She's merrily unpacking while getting mad that the cable guys haven't shown up, and he's checking to make sure the barrier island is evacuated as ordered. Hey, her Realtor promised that hurricanes never come ashore in that town.

He convinces her it's time to leave, and believes she's a "me-me" girl, because of what she packs. She thinks he's hot, but she's only in Florida for a year, so she's onl...more
If you want a nice romantic book that is a quick read, this one is it. Stephanie Bryant moves into Cocoa Beach, Florida, during evacuations for a hurricane. She's rushed off the island by a sexy police officer, Brett, against her wishes. This is the beginning of an up/down relationship as they fight their attraction and find what they really want from life.
I received this book to read for the 2011 New England Reader's Choice Bean Pot Award.
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Yay. My aunt wrote this. She rocks!
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Leigh Duncan spent years moving about the country, but now lives on Central Florida’s east coast, not far from where she attended elementary school. Married to the love of her life, she writes the kind of books she enjoys reading, ones where home, family and community are key to well-deserved happy endings. Leigh's debut book, The Officer's Girl, was a 2010 Harlequin American Romance. Rancher's So...more
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