All Miranda Carrington wanted was to be free from her legendary family's legacy of wealth and power. But even in a little seaside village in Portugal, she could not escape the danger that shadowed her....
Only the sudden, stunning appearance of a dark, mysterious stranger had saved her from the ruthless terrorists stalking her. But was Allessandro Vellenti really the devoted guardian he claimed, or part of the deadly conspiracy swirling around her?
She knew she shouldn't trust him--with her life or with her heart. And yet, as she fled with him, she ached to give herself, body and soul, to this man who could be her killer....
|Series:||Silhouette Intimate Moments Series , #1212|
|File size:||639 KB|
About the Author
Jenna grew up in south Louisiana, amidst romantic plantation ruins, haunting swamps, and timeless legends. It's not surprising, then, that she wrote her first romance at the ripe old age of six! Three years later, this librarian's daughter turned to romantic suspense with Jacquie and the Swamp, a harrowing tale of a young woman on the run in the swamp and the dashing hero who helps her find her way home.
Since then her stories have grown in complexity, but her affinity for adventurous women and dangerous men has remained constant. She loves writing about strong characters torn between duty and desire, conscious choice and destiny.
Prior to being published, Jenna was a Golden Heart finalist and a double winner in the Silver Lining and TARA's First Impressions. She also won the prestigious Winning Beginnings, the Marlene, the Laurie, the Heart of the Rockies, Ignite the Flame, and Southern Heat, which brought her in contact with the editor at Silhouette who purchased her work.
When not writing stories brimming with deep emotion, steamy passion, and page-turning suspense, Jenna spends her time with her husband, two cats, two dogs, and a menagerie of plants in their Dallas, Texas home.
Jenna loves to hear from readers! She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or snail mail at PO Box 768, Coppell, TX, 75019.