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Nobody's Hero by Carrie Alexander

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Also by Carrie Alexander:

Cowboy Comes Home, February 2010
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Nobody's Hero, July 2008
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A Town Called Christmas, November 2007
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My Front Page Scandal, October 2007
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A Ready-Made Family, March 2007
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Real Men Do It Better, February 2007
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A Taste of Temptation, December 2006
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Hidden Gems, February 2006
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Honk if You Love Real Men, June 2005
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Nobody's Hero
Carrie Alexander

Count On a Cop
Harlequin Superromance
July 2008
On Sale: July 8, 2008
Featuring: Connie Bradford; Sean Rafferty
256 pages
ISBN: 0373715048
EAN: 9780373715046
Mass Market Paperback
$5.50
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Romance Series | Contemporary | Romance

Why can't everybody just leave him alone? All Sean Rafferty wants is solitude to recover from a gunshot wound. That's why he's here on Maine's isolated Osprey Island: to heal and move on. But how can he face going back to being a Massachusetts state police officer since he's sworn off ever playing hero again?

Unfortunately, Sean can't avoid heroics when neighboring Connie Bradford's daughter keeps getting into trouble. And the fiercely independent Connie makes it clear she doesn't need a rescuer— reluctant or otherwise. The mother-and- daughter antics make his solitude seem almost too quiet. Despite himself, Sean finds this pair wrestling their way into his heart…as if they belong there.

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