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Fresh Pick / March 1, 2014

October 2013 On Sale: October 15, 2013 Featuring: Stacey McKinney; Cash Butler 90 pages ISBN: 0148498744 EAN: 2940148498742 Kindle: B00D5Z4NK0 e-Book Add to Wish List Romance Contemporary Buy at Someone to Watch Over Me by Jerrie Alexander Stacey McKinney returned to her home town to escape a stalker. When people around her turn up dead, she fears he’s found her. Is the maniac keeping his threat by killing off anyone who gets close to her? That isn’t the only risk in town. The man who broke her heart has also come home. Their attraction is stronger and hotter than ever, but he walked away once. She doesn’t trust he won’t do it again. A bullet ended Cash Butler’s career as an Army Ranger. His life on his horse ranch is without complications until he hears Stacey is in town. He was a kid when her dad used his wealth and power to drive him away. He’s not that kid any longer. When Stacey goes missing, a search proves her stalker followed her to Oak Hill. But he’s dead. Who killed him? And who has Stacey? Can A Person Ever Really Go Home Again? Previous Picks

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Author Guest / March 1, 2014

Chief Warrant Officer 4 Sarah Benson, US Army, Medevac pilot, has fallen in love with Ethan Quinn. He’s a US Navy SEAL stationed at FOB (forward operating base) Bravo thirty miles from the Afghan-Pak (Pakistan) border. If you have read the first book, RISK TAKER, Harlequin Romantic Suspense, February, 2014, then you are now reading the sequel. These two characters were seminal for me in many ways. Each had a powerful story to tell in their own right. And then, to put them together in the war and combat environment in Afghanistan, was to test every resolve they owned and believed in. Ethan sees beneath Sarah’s courageous exterior of a Medevac pilot who will not leave those in jeopardy, to bleed out. She was never rescued in the hellish foster home she grew up in until age twelve. Because she was never saved, Sarah has made it her life mission to save others, never wanting them to know what it feels like to survive terror and abuse. He is able to reach her through is poems that he writes and leaves for her at her tent. And he’s the only male Sarah has ever, truly trusted. And they are deeply…