Imminent Dangerby Dee J. Adams
Blake St. John is working toward his PI license and
For Abbey Washington, dancing is more than a dream, it's a way to forget her past. But being at the wrong place at the wrong time makes her the sole witness to a stabbing and brings back horrible memories. Since the killers saw her just as clearly as she saw them, Abbey is now a loose end that needs to be tied up.
Blake St. John is working toward his PI license and hopes to find the man who hurt his brother in a kidnapping. He quit chasing his quiet co-worker, Abbey, months ago. But now that she needs protection, he takes on the role of bodyguard and all the feelings he tried to bury for her come back with a vengeance.
Abbey's past makes it hard to trust and an attempt on her life forces her to realize that time is running out as the killers get closer. Now, she must risk it all or face a life without the one man who showed her how to love.
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Meet the Author
After graduating high school in Texas, Dee moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. For twenty years, she acted in television and worked behind the scenes as an acting/dialogue coach for sitcoms. Writing happened accidentally after a vivid dream and the urging of her husband to "Just write it down." Three weeks, fourteen hours a day, and four hundred and fifty (long hand) pages later, she had her first novel. Dee loves writing books filled with action, mystery and love. (Not necessarily in that order.) Her experience in show business led to her narrating many of the books in the Adrenaline Highs series for Audible.com. She is the wife of a wonderful man and mother to a fabulous daughter. She's a dog lover all the way, with a fondness towards Boxers and Pit Bulls. She is a member of several organizations, including Romance Writers of America and SAG-AFTRA.
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I really enjoyed this book. It is part of a series but you can read it on its own. I liked the action and pacing of this story. There were two love stories going on while all the action was going on. I would most certainly read another book by this author
I've been reading a bunch of romantic suspense titles lately, and they're all amazing, (why is it people keep saying romantic suspense is dead?!), but even in a crowd of awesome, Imminent Danger stands out. Why? For me, the story hit on all levels: protagonists I related to and cared about, complicated bad guys, danger, action, and two very different couples whose romantic plotlines could easily have stood alone, but were all the more powerful against the dramatic backdrop of foul motives and murder. Wrap all that up in Dee J. Adams' clean, evocative writing style, and there is literally nothing not to love.