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Today's offering is BULLDOG'S GIRLS by Ann Mayburn. Here's the blurb:
Amaya gave up everything to protect her daughter, Peyton, but it wasn't enough and a sadistic enemy she thought was dead is tormenting her from beyond the grave. In a desperate attempt to keep her daughter safe, Amaya flees to the small Michigan beach town of Green Haven where she meets Paul McGregor, a retired football player and her new neighbor.
Paul, known around town as Bulldog, finds himself drawn to the sassy, beautiful young woman and her adorable little girl, yet is puzzled why a woman who is as attracted to him as he is to her constantly pushes him away. When he finds out about the evil hunting Amaya and Peyton he vows that he will do anything to keep them safe and convince them to be his girls forever.
I'm a huge romantic suspense fan and Ann Mayburn has written some damn good tales in other genres so I thought I'd take a chance on this one. I wasn't disappointed. Paul "Bulldog" McGregor is a guy who's kinda hiding out from his life, looking for satisfaction in sex and external things. He's existing, not really living, and when Amaya and her daughter Peyton show up, they give him something to focus on beyond how empty his life is. Amaya doesn't trust men for good reason and while Peyton's serial rapist father is dead, he has a rabid and determined cult following. She's been laying low and living small, but someone seems to be after her and her kid. It was a typical romantic suspense until the twist at the end that made me appreciate it all the more. Great story. I highly recommend it.
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