Rocky Mountain Fugitive by Ann Voss Peterson
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Eric Lander hated to be tied down...

But when Sarah Trask, the woman he'd left months ago, came to him for help solving a very personal murder, saying no wasn't even an option. Especially once he learned she was pregnant with his child...

Running from the law through the Rocky Mountains after being wrongly accused about his role in the killing wasn't exactly how Eric planned on absorbing--or celebrating--the big news. Yet they had no other choice. Now, with the beautiful rancher and their unborn baby counting on him for protection, Eric found himself both excited and terrified by the idea of "family." He knew he'd be a good father--if only he could keep them all alive to prove it.

 

About Ann Voss Peterson

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Ever since she was a little girl making her own books out of construction paper, Ann wanted to write. So when it came time to choose a major at the University of Wisconsin, the only subject she could choose was creative writing. Of course, that wasn't a very practical thing to do. One needs to earn a living. So Ann turned to jobs ranging from proofreading legal transcripts, to working with quarter horses, to washing windows. But no matter what she did for a living, she continued to write the type of stories that captured her heart and fired her imagination. Romantic suspense stories.And in 1999, all her effort paid off when Harlequin Intrigue called to tell her they wanted to publish her first novel, Inadmissible Passion. Ann lives near Madison, Wisconsin with her husband, John, her toddler son, her border collie, Mick, and her quarter-horse mare, Bonanza's Copy Cat.
 
Published March 25, 2010 by Harlequin Intrigue. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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