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Woman in Hiding

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Leslie Hopkins's heart goes out to Cory Gallagher, a six-year-old boy who lost his mother over a year ago. She delights in her new job as his nanny and is ecstatic when the boy starts to warm up to her. She hurts only when she thinks of what brought her to Grand Teton National Park to care for the ranger's son.

Chief Ranger Pierce Gallagher is awestruck by Leslie. She seems
ebook, 304 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2004)
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Leslie was engaged, until her fiancé's ex-wife showed up one day and informed her that he was dangerously unbalanced. Now she's broken their engagement, and he's started stalking her. Desperate to escape, she hatches a plan with her sister and brother-in-law: Leslie will use her sister's ID and move from New York to Salt Lake City, turning herself into her sister Diana. But after searching through job ads in the paper, she ends up working as a nanny and housekeeper in a national park in Wyoming. ...more
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Leslie's fleeing a dangerously wacko ex-fiance; her sister and brother-in-law help her get away to a different part of the country where she finds a job as a nanny for six-year-old Cody, who's desperately missing his mother and longing for safety and security. His father, Pierre, is a head ranger in the national park system, and is determined to provide what his little boy needs.

Because of her own experiences, Leslie knows exactly what the child needs, and she finds herself falling for his dad,
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