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Closing in by Kerry Blair
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Feb 25, 2010

really liked it
Read in February, 2010

** spoiler alert ** Libby is trying to start a new life in a small town in Arizona. Only Bishop Wheeler, who is also the principal of the Alma school where she is a librarian, and her eccentric neighbor, estelle, know that she is really the heiress to one of the world riches companies. She is in the process of selling the company and living in the small town forever when things change and she finds that she is being followed by David Rogers the new 6th grade teacher at the school. Being the small town that it is, David, a CIA undercover agent doesn't find many people that will open up to him about Libby. Her company is being looked at for selling their secret weapon information to Iran for diamonds and she is looked at as the brains of the operation. As he learns more about her, he finds that she is being set up and determines to find the real criminal, but the pieces just don't add up. Libby's brother-in-law, Frank and his wife Geneva admit to knowing of the scandal, but they don't say who the main brains are. When Libby's old fiancee comes back to town he is thought to be the guy, but when he comes up dead, the puzzle still isn't solved. Libby's life is in danger and David finds he wants to protect her now and forever, but doesn't know how and he is running out of time because she is going to be put in protective custody with her niece, Chelsea and Unlce Leo ( a longtime family friend). The longtime family fried ends up being the culprit and David figures it out just before leo decides to take out Libby. Libby is falling in love with David and tries to talk herself out of it because even "good, returned missionaries" can be untrustworthy as she found out with her lastest fiancee. Eventually David proves that he can be trusted even though he thinks Libby won't ever come around to his way of thinking.
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