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by Beverly Barton

Free eBook Defending His Own (The Protectors) (Silhouette Intimate Moments) download ISBN: 0373076703
Author: Beverly Barton
Publisher: Silhouette (September 1, 1995)
Language: English
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Contemporary
Size MP3: 1761 mb
Size FLAC: 1322 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Defending His Own book. Ashe McLaughlin believed he was betrayed by Deborah Vaughn when her father forced him out of town. He has resented her for years, but when her life is placed in danger, Ashe agrees to return as her bodyguard. Deborah is horrified to discover that her mother has summoned Ashe to be her bodyguard.

Books by Beverly Barton. Silhouette Romantic Suspense. has been in love with romance since her grandfather gave her an illustrated book of Beauty and the Beast

Books by Beverly Barton. has been in love with romance since her grandfather gave her an illustrated book of Beauty and the Beast. An avid reader since childhood, Beverly wrote her first book at the age of nine. After marriage to her own hero and the births of her daughter and son, Beverly chose to be a full-time homemaker, . wife, mother, friend and volunteer. The author of over fifty books, Beverly is a member of Romance Writers of America and helped found the Heart of Dixie chapter in Alabama. You made the decision not to tell Andrew’s father about his existence because you felt it was the best thing for everyone concerned. Have you changed your mind? No, she hadn’t changed her mind. Although, truth be told, sometimes she wished she had called Frank the day she’d found out she was pregnant, called him and told him he was going to be a daddy.

Book in the The Protectors Series). The Protectors SeriesBeverly Barton. Paladin's Woman (The Protectors, (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 515). Defending His Own. Beverly Barton. Guarding Jeannie (The Protectors, (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 688). Blackwood's Woman (The Protectors, (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 707).

Defending His Own (The Protectors) (Silhouette Intimate Moments). But years as a Navy SEAL had sculpted the hard muscles of his body and reinforced the wall around his heart. A heart that had once loved Bethany Wyndham. And a body that was unprepared for the passion that exploded between them on his return.

Witness: Defending His OwnGuarding Jeannie (The Protectors (Intimate Moments)). But as a Blackwood, he was dangerous in his own right. Man Like Morgan Kane (The Protectors) (Harlequin Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 819). thought Joanna was just some spoiled socialite roughing it on Blackwood Ranch. But then he discovered what she'd fled from, why she needed him.

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Once Deborah had loved Ashe with all her heart. Then he'd disappeared, leaving Deborah with the son they'd created. Now Ashe was back, insisting she play the part of his lover. As a star witness in a murder trial, Deborah needed Ashe, and he would do anything to keep her safe.
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From the back...
Once Deborah Vaughn had loved Ashe McLaughlin with all of her teenage heart. Then he'd disappeared, leaving Deborah with nothing...except the son they'd created. Now Ashe was back, insisting she play the part of his lover.
Ashe had never forgotten Deborah and the night of passion they'd shared, or the way her father had railroaded him out of town. But as the star witness in a murder trial, Deborah needed Ashe, and he would do anything to keep her safe...and the safest place for her was in his arms.
In my Opinion...
Ashe is called back to his hometown by Deborah's mother. Ashe is told that Deborah is in need of a bodyguard. Deborah witnesses a murder and plans to testify against the man, however, someone is threatning her life and trying to keep her from telling what she knows. Ashe never thought that he would return home after Deborah's father ran him out of town, but how could he say no when Deborah's life was on the line. Ashe moves in with Deborah, her mother, and her brother. Deborah hoped to never see Ashe again after he left her years ago. She has never told anyone that her brother is actually her son, and Ashe's--not even Ashe. Now the man is living in her house and around their son and she is scared that he will find out the truth. But what happens when Deborah discovers the truth, that her own father accused Ashe of rape and ran him out of town. I had a hard time with this book and it was only because of my strong belief that every man has a right to know that he fathered a child. Ashe was never told about his son and to me that is simply unforgivable. Deborah may have been young and scared to go against her father, but later after she had gotten older and her father died she should have found Ashe and told him about their son. The book was good and another great addition to The Protectors series. The only problem with the book came from my own beliefs.