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Publisher's Summary

Her protector proves he's much more than a cowboy spy in Dana Marton's first novel of her HQ: Texas Series.
Moses Mann didn't need to be in an interrogation room to be intimidating. Molly Rogers found that out the hard way. Her brother had been accused of smuggling and murder, and now Moses considered her a suspect, as well. But what type of dirty little secrets did he expect to find in a single mother's life?
Moses was no ordinary agent poking around Texas border country. And he kept finding new reasons to bring his investigation to Molly's farm. Yet trusting him - especially around her son - came so easily. She finally had someone who would speak up for her. Even if he was an undercover agent with secrets buried deep in his soul....
©2013 Dana Marton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By debbolsen on 06-09-18

Nice story

This book was good, but a bit slow and bland. I found myself fast forwarding parts because they became so predictable. The characters were fine, though I am seriously over the heroine always being depicted as a stupid guilt ridden poor communicator. I really start to worry that this is they way the world see’s women, they are written this way so often.
The narrator was good and the story theme was interesting, though there were big holes of knowledge that seemed to be missing - I’m wondering if I should have read earlier books to get more backstory.

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