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Closing In by Sue Fortin
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Read 2 times. Last read July 3, 2017.

Helen needed to get away from her abusive boyfriend, but breaking up with him wasn't enough; she had to start over somewhere else with a new identity. She moved to a new town, changed her name, and got a job as a live in nanny for a handsome criminal psychologist. Soon, she settled into a routine in the household, and builds a close relationship with the 8 year old girl in her care, and unsettling feelings for the girl's handsome father, who was in the middle of an ugly divorce from the child's mother. But nothing is ever that simple. Her creepy ex lurked around her best friend's house, convinced that she knew where he could find Helen. Meanwhile, several strange and threatening things happened. Her employer thought they were related to a criminal case he was working on, but Helen knew better.

This was a fun, light read that I enjoyed, but everything came together a little too neatly in the end.
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July 2, 2017 – Shelved
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