SHE CAN'T ESCAPE
No matter where she runs, rodeo clown Tonya Waters's stalker always finds her.
Now he's managed to track her down on the rodeo circuit. If bull rider Seth Starke hadn't saved her, she'd be dead.
But when the handsome cowboy is injured in the ring and Tonya rescues him, Seth seems more determined than ever to keep her safe.
But can she risk staying at his Tennessee ranch and bringing danger to his family?
As her stalker gets more violent, Tonya and Seth vow to outsmart him before he makes good on his ultimate threat: if he can't have her, no one will.
Lots of great suspense, action, fear and terror in the story, that also includes a surprising conclusion. There are not many authors who can still pull a surprise at the end for me when it comes to the crime, and when it happens, I absolutely love it!
This story has a perfect balance of suspense and romance. Suspense full of twists that keeps the intensity level high through the story.
Seth and Tonya both have some serious issues to be dealt with. Seth's ex-girlfriend walked out on him when he was injured, leaving him with disillusion and a broken heart. Tonya, don't only have a stalker ex-boyfriend, who had been in prison for trying to kill her before, her other boyfriend had died in a bullfighting accident.
So the road ahead of them wasn't easy, but the attraction they feel for each other is strong, and the connection they have go deeper than an attraction, they have respect, protectiveness, and kindness towards each other, they have lots of things in common, and they work together as a seamless team. Both of them are strong and independent, and I loved them together, it was so natural, the affection between them genuine and it was sweet how they took care of each other.
Great, charming, and likable characters, loving families, romance that makes you smile, and a string of crimes and mysteries, all presented in a solid plot to entertain and touch your heart
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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