Some killers never die.
Elena Fraser is on her way to the airport to catch a flight to New York for the premiere of her daughter's movie. Before limo driver Bill "Fido" Fidelo can make it to the freeway, a 7.1 earthquake collapses the overpass above and traps them. With nothing but time between frightening temblors, Elena and Bill learn more about each other, including the fact they've lusted after each other for years.
Understanding they might not survive, Elena and Bill look to one another for solace and companionship. Bill tries to convince Elena that their seven-year age difference means nothing to him, and Elena soon realizes that life is too short to put off living.
The passion they discover is enough to torch the limo they're trapped in, but can rescuers save them in time, or will a final aftershock bury them before they have a chance to build a life together?
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Wow! I loved this book about Elena and Bill finally getting together. Bill is a limo driver that Elena always used. As mother/manager to her movie star daughter, Julie, she used his service often. They had been attracted to each other for years but never let their feelings show until the day Bill was driving Elena and an earthquake hit, nearly killing them! This story tells of their frightening experience and how they finally let each other know how they felt. Dee Adams is a very illustrative writer making it easy to picture the events taking place. The book is a great read and definitely captures the reader in the story line, but that wouldn't work if she didn't have good characters. Bill and Elena are such strong individuals stuck in a situation that they cannot change or control that I couldn't read fast enough to find out how they handled the spot they were in. Actually, Bill was so well written that he is my new book boyfriend. This is the type of book where you'll want to clear some time and just sit and read it. You won't want to put it down. But be warned, it's like riding a roller coaster of emotions. I'm so glad that I won this book in a Just Romantic Suspense giveaway but at the same time, I'm also not glad because I now want to read the rest of the Adrenaline Highs series.