COUNT ON A COP
Judith Kane leaves Boston for a small, obscure town three thousand miles away, and she does it for one reason—safety. Her ex-husband is out on bail, awaiting trial on a kidnapping charge. He'd stolen their youngest child, Sophie—and Judith's afraid of him.
So she moves her family to Mad River, Washington. Right next door to a cop. What could be safer?
But Chief Ben McKinsey doesn't want a family next door. He doesn't want to get involved with an attractive woman like Judith Kane—or with her kids. But they seem to need him. And you have to be able to count on a cop.
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