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Someone to Watch over Me

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After witnessing a violent crime, Catlin (Kit) McCormick is on the run. She’s determined to lie low, find family that’s unaware of her existence, and start fresh in the beautiful mountain town of Laurel Ridge. But disappearing is harder than she thought, especially when one of the first...
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After witnessing a violent crime, Catlin (Kit) McCormick is on the run. She’s determined to lie low, find family that’s unaware of her existence, and start fresh in the beautiful mountain town of Laurel Ridge. But disappearing is harder than she thought, especially when one of the first people she runs into is handsome U.S. Marshal, Cameron Grainger. There's no escaping the Marshal because he and Catlin are more closely connected than either realizes.

Cameron has trust issues and trouble of his own. He’s currently on leave and recovering from wounds suffered while on duty. Plus, his service in Afghanistan has left him emotionally scarred and doubting his own judgement. When the mysterious woman with hazel eyes and bruises on her neck collapses on the floor of his aunt's bed-and-breakfast, he's both intrigued and wary. 

Will Catlin risk her identity being discovered and explore the overwhelming feelings she has for Cameron? Can Cameron trust his instincts enough to let down his guard and follow his heart?

Intrigue, danger and the questions of trust and loyalty keep the pages turning in this inspirational romantic suspense—a standalone follow-up to Someone to Trust.

Reviews (1)

by Erin S.

Someone to Watch over Me is the second book in Lesa Henderson’s Laurel Ridge series; however, I had not read the first book. Sometimes when that’s the case, I feel like I’ve been dropped in the middle of something, and everything feels a little off in an annoying way. Not so here. The author did a great job of setting the scene without giving anything from the first story away. Well done. I was recently in an online discussion about high-drama, high-stakes in Christian fiction. I came down on the side of not wanting too much angst and worry in a story. I think I’ve drifted this way over the past two years, given how drastically life has changed. When I sit down with a book, I don’t want a stomach-twisting, nail-biting plot, I just want to escape into a sweet romance. All this to say that Someone to Watch over Me fit the bill perfectly. There was some mystery and intrigue, but nothing that made my heart race. And it was a good, old-fashioned love story with (spoiler alert, but not r

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