Broken Trust (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Mar 1, 2012 - Fiction - 224 pages
12 Reviews


"I need you to trust me."

Impossible! Sheriff Christine Norris still remembers the heartache from the last time she gave Special Agent Wyatt Green her trust. And she certainly doesn't believe him now, when he claims some of her residents are involved in a dangerous militia. But Christine can't ignore the fact that someone who may be tied to the militia has kidnapped an innocent boy. And when she's almost killed in a fiery explosion, Christine realizes Wyatt may be the only person she can trust to protect her. Even if she's still not sure she can trust him again with her heart….

  

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A Great Mystery

User Review  - Jo Huddleston - Christianbook.com

Dunn gives us strong, memorable characters and a realistic plot. You won’t know who or how many “done it” until close to the very end. Wyatt and Christine have a past that surfaces in their thoughts throughout the book. Read full review

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User Review  - Heidi - Goodreads

Broken Trust by Sharon Dunn is a romantic suspense novel set in Montana. Special agent Wyatt Greene works for the FBI. Christine Norris, now Sheriff Norris, used to work with Wyatt at the FBI but left ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
23
Section 3
35
Section 4
47
Section 5
57
Section 6
66
Section 7
81
Section 8
91
Section 11
133
Section 12
139
Section 13
147
Section 14
157
Section 15
173
Section 16
188
Section 17
196
Section 18
205

Section 9
104
Section 10
118
Section 19
214
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About the author (2012)

Sharon Dunn grew up in the country where there was ample opportunity for her imagination to flourish. She started writing when she was pregnant with her oldest son. Three kids and a lot of diaper changes later, she has published both award winning humorous mysteries and romantic suspense. Her hobbies include reading in small increments, trying to find things around the house, being the mom taxi, and making pets out of the dust bunnies under her furniture.

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