Book Reviews of Heart Of The Lawman (Harlequin Historical, No. 473)

Heart Of The Lawman (Harlequin Historical, No. 473)
Heart Of The Lawman - Harlequin Historical, No. 473
Author: Linda Castle
ISBN-13: 9780373290734
ISBN-10: 037329073X
Publication Date: 7/1/1999
Pages: 298
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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The Law Had made a Mistake!!!

Torn from her child's arms and imprisoned as a murderess, Marydyth Hollenbeck had thought her life was over. Now fate had set her free. But what was freedom, bound to ex-lawman Flynn O'Bannion, the man she had vowed to hate for the rest of her days?

Flynn had always ridden alone, until he became guardian to an angelic little girl, and knew his roaming days were over. But how would the child he considered his daughter feel when she discovered that he was the one who had sent her mother to prison for something she didn't do?
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Western romance.
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Torn from her child's arms and imprisoned as a murderess, Marydyth Hollenbeck had thought her life was over. Now fate had set her free. But what was freedom, bound to ex-lawman Flynn O'Bannion, the man she had vowed to hate for the rest of her days?

Flynn had always ridden alone, until he became guardian to an angelic little girl, and knew his roaming days were over. But how would the child he considered his daughter feel when she discovered that he was the one who had sent her mother to prison for something she didn't do?
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Torn from her child's arms & imprisoned as a murderess, Marydyth had thought her life was over. Now fate had set her free. But freed to Flynn O'Bannion, the man she had vowed to hate for the rest of her days? Flynn had always ridden alone, until he became guardian to an angelic little girl, and knew his roaming days were over. But how would the child he considered his daughter feel when whe discovered that he was the one who had sent her mother to prison for something she did not do?