A beautiful singer,
A handsome bodyguard,
An obsessed fan …
Erin O'Brien has become a "super star." Her music has rocketed her to fame, and she is on her "Irish Tour," traveling the country to promote not only herself but the songs and dance of her homeland. But all is not well. She is being stalked.
He sends her poetry. It's awful. He sends her gifts. They're mutilated. She doesn't know what to do with this type of adoration, with a man obsessed. Michael Flynn does.
Michael Flynn is a bodyguard. He's trained to defend and protect, and he's ready to place himself in between Erin and danger. He's willing to risk his life to keep her safe. What he isn't willing to do is fall in love. Not again. And definitely not with a client.
Yet chemistry sizzles between them even as a madman follows their every step. The terror of it reminds Erin of Ireland, of the violence she left behind as a child, and Michael hastens to reassure. He shares her roots. He was born in America but grew up in an Irish community. Being with her, with her troupe of Irish singers and dancers, brings it all back. Old hopes, old dreams, but even as passion flares, danger draws closer.
The stalker avoids one trap to set one of his own. Erin steps blindly into it. Can Michael save her?
This report prepared by LTDBooks