Well, not stop at four, but certainly have a break before I wrote book 5.
And then something happened. I had a story I wanted to write, a man and his neice and nephew, stranded, trying to excape something awful, meet a man who helps them. Then I thought, my hero needs a strong man, a hero, someone with connections.
And so, there was Stefan's story all done and ready to write. And when Meredith did this stunning cover the story just flowed for me. The actual writing of this story was an absolute pleasure. You may not have noticed, but I love writing Christmas stories, and this book is no different. We ave snow, and danger, and children, and presents, and a tree, and a Christmas love story. I really hope you enjoy.
Love's Design (Bodyguards Inc book 5)
Can Christmas be the time when Kirby finally stops running and allows himself to fall in love with the man who saves his life?
CIA Agent Stefan Mortimer is cooling his heels in the UK until he can go home. Taking on easy assignments with Bodyguards Inc. seems like a good solution to keep him sane. He's used to life throwing him curveballs, and it’s just another day at the office when he rescues Kirby Devlin and his niece and nephew. Now he has to keep Kirby and the kids alive and stay professional.
Kirby Devlin has one priority; keeping his small family safe. On the run, and facing danger at every turn, Kirby finally runs out of places to hide on a snowy December day at Edinburgh airport. Stefan comes to the rescue, saves him and the children. Is it possible that Kirby finally has someone to trust?
Now, if only it would be as easy for Kirby to trust Stefan with his heart.
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