Constable Emma Kirby isn't minding her latest assignment in the least. Security detail for a rising country music sensation's concert is easy on the eyes and ears - until a deadly explosion tears open the night.
After running into danger to save the life of singer/songwriter Daina Buchanan, Emma finds herself also a target of the stalker who claims responsibility. With both their lives in danger and turned upside down, Emma is charged with ensuring their safety. But independent and fiery tempered Daina proves difficult to work with, even after she agrees to protective custody.
For the reserved Emma, life with a self-absorbed musician whom she is expected to protect is the last thing she needs. Daina Buchanan, she soon finds, is used to getting what she wants.
Passion and music are the backdrop for heart-pounding tension in this debut novel from Rebecca Swartz.
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About the Author
Rebecca Swartz was born and raised in Winnipeg, Canada. Possessed of a restless nature, she's moved freely and easily throughout most of western Canada, and even venturing as far north as the NorthWest Territories. She has at various times worked as a DJ, dental assistant, pool maintenance worker, and dog obedience instructor. A firm believer in the taking of risks, Rebecca will try almost anything onceexcept for jumping out of an airplane; that is something she refuses to do.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Everything Pales in Comparison is Rebecca Swartz’s debut novel and a strong entry for a new author. It’s a traditional romance with some mystery added in. The story itself isn’t unique and follows a regular pattern for romances. The characters are well drawn though and the pacing is appropriate for the book. The story also isn’t cluttered with unnecessary scenes, so it moves quickly. Everything Pales in Comparison is excellent escapist reading and shows that Swartz has potential for the future.