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Hawk O'Toole's Hostage (edition 1988)
by Sandra Brown
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0553297511, Paperback)From the one and only Sandra Brown comes a searing novel of romantic suspense. . . as a beautiful young mother falls victim to a brazen crime. . . and a seductive captor. . . .
When her divorce was finally granted, Miranda Price thought the worst was behind her. Now she could get on with her life, far from the public scrutiny and private misery that went along with being Representative Price's wife. But when Miranda decides to take their young son on a vacation out West, she stumbles into a mother's worst nightmare. Snatched off a train full of vacationing sightseers, she and her son become the captives of an enigmatic stranger. Miranda knows she will do anything to save her child. . . even if it means fighting her own treacherous feelings for the man who holds her hostage. . . even if it means facing up to a shocking revelation that will make her question her past, her choices, and the woman she's become.
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Kidnapped, along with her young son, off a train-load of tourists, Miranda Price is held hostage on a remote reservation by Hawk O'Toole, a man desperate to help his people, only to find herself drawn to her aloof but tender and seductive captor.
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