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Nate Elder's black ops cover as owner of the Pitch and Roll bar demands he ignore the come-ons from his female patrons. But the woman repeatedly checking her phone and downing margaritas as if the world were coming to an end has him thinking not-so-nice thoughts about what he could do to her up against the wall in the storeroom.
At least until all hell breaks loose on the street out front and he learns she's connected to ground zero.
Evangeline Macklin isn't fazed by the ease with which the bartender produces a weapon. This part of town? She'd be surprised if he didn't have one. Good for her, too, since it looks like she might need one. But when he offers her use of his place as a safe house, she's a bit more ruffled, especially considering that's where the real danger lies.
About the Author
A native Texan, Alison sold one of the first of her over fifty published works live on the "Isn't It Romantic?" episode of CBS 48 Hours. The resulting book, CALL ME, was a Romantic Times finalist for Best First Series Book. Alison's book, A LONG, HARD RIDE, part of Harlequin's 60th Anniversary celebration, was nominated for an RT Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Harlequin Blaze of 2009. STRIPTEASE, a 2003 release from Harlequin Blaze and part of her popular gIRL-gEAR series, was also an RT Reviewer's Choice Award nominee.
Her 2005 Kensington Brava release, THE BEACH ALIBI, was a nominee for the national Quill Awards, sponsored by Reed Business Information. Alison is also the author of THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE TO WRITING EROTIC ROMANCE, and her 2009 novel, NO LIMITS, was a Cosmopolitan Magazine Red Hot Read. THE SECOND CHANCE CAFE, the first in her Hope Springs series from Amazon Montlake, was a 2014 RITA finalist in contemporary romance.
If there's a better career out there than writing, she doesn't want to know about it, as she's quite happy putting pen to paper in the backyard of her Texas home. That's where she lives with her petroleum geologist husband, three rescue dogs, and a colony of not-quite-feral cats, battling the heat each year to raise a bumper crop of tomatoes and jalapeno peppers.