Synopses & Reviews
Hes hot. Hes tough. Hes dangerous...
Bestselling suspense writer Taylor OToole has a huge problem--almost overnight, her quiet, humdrum life is starting to resemble one of her novels. Who knew that a little unofficial surveillance for a friend would backfire--throwing her into the crosshairs of a stalker? And why does her sexy new neighbor always seem to turn up when things start heading south?
Hes a Navy SEAL with a top secret mission: her!
When Navy SEAL Jack Broussard is called back from a dangerous mission, the last thing he expects is a top secret assignment protecting a beautiful mystery writer. Jack can drop a kidnapper with his bare hands, run airtight surveillance, and cook a mean lasagna, but tangling with his unpredictable neighbor is enough to drive any man crazy. Like it or not, his new orders are to keep Taylor OToole in his sights--after all, she could be a key link in the government search for a missing Navy scientist. But when an attempt on Taylors life ratchets up the stakes, Jack knows hed better watch his heart. Because suddenly the chase is on . . . and seduction has never been so close. Or so dangerous.
Suspense writer Taylor O'Toole's life starts to resemble one of her novels as she's thrown into the path of a stalker. Navy SEAL Jack Broussard is assigned to protect the writer, who now may be a key link to finding a missing scientist, and poses as her neighbor. When an attempt is made on Taylor's life, Jack had better watch out for his heart. Original.
About the Author
Christina Skye holds a Ph.D. in classical Chinese poetry. She has traveled to China and Asia many times, has been featured on Geraldo!, ABC Weekend News, the Arthur Frommer Show, Travel News Network, Voice of America, and Looking East. She curated one of the most popular exhibitions to date at the National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall in Washington and authored four critically acclaimed books on Chinese art, one of which was called "beautifully and lovingly crafted" according to the London Times. She began writing fiction in 1990 and has currently written 16 novels.