Jackson's Woman by Judi Lind

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EVERYONE THOUGHT SHE WAS SOMEONE ELSE….

Vera McBride woke up to unanswered questions and a mistaken identity—and a murder for which she was being blamed. So she turned to the only man who could help her, who stirred her desires—but even Jericho Jackson called her by another woman's name….

Jerico Jackson, longtime family friend and Arizona businessman, didn't know what to make of this new "Vera." The mousy girl he'd known was gone, and in her place was a woman with grown-up passions. But he did know she was innocent—and no matter what name she called herself, she would from this day forward, forever be his woman….

A woman alone….with no one to trust. Where can she run? Straight into the arms of

HER PROTECTOR

 

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Published July 15, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Intrigue 90s. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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