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Dancing is my life, always has been. Even when a stalker started sending threatening letters, I didn’t think twice—until the threats intensified. I don’t have a choice but to partner with the hunky Chris, ex-Marine and private security agent. He says he only cares about my safety, but as things heat up between us, we both start caring about much more. Still, I don’t dare tell him the one secret nobody in my life knows…
It’s been a year since my father’s death, a year since I took over the bar he left behind. The bar somebody set fire to after I refused to pay “protection” money to a group of thugs who terrorize the neighborhood. Now I need real protection in the form of Terrance, an ex-Marine who makes me believe in lust at first sight. I wonder what’s more dangerous—the men out to hurt me, or the man sent to keep me safe.
I was only trying to be a good employee when I stopped into the office late one Saturday night. I never expected to witness the murder of my boss, my mentor, my friend. The killer saw me. Now I feel like I have a target on my back. It’ll take a private, enigmatic security agent named Mack to protect me, though it’s not long before I want a lot more from him than protection.
Imagine waking up in the hospital with no memory of how you got there. I’m an actress—you probably know my name. I’m used to crazy fans. But they never strangled me nearly to death. Not until this one. I need protection, and fast. When Hawk comes into my life, he’s just what I need to feel safe. Pretty soon, he’s just what I need in other ways, too. But as good as he makes me feel, there’s no escaping the knowledge that somebody out there wants me dead. And they’ll stop at nothing until they get what they want.
I’ve worked with Alex King for years, and anybody who knows him as well as I do knows he still longs for the daughter he lost years ago—not to mention the wife he lost the same day. When he helps me with the case of a missing child, the past comes back to haunt us both—along with feelings we’ve tried to hold back for so long. It’s no use. We were meant to be. If only I could get him to let go of the past long enough to see that.