From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York
Wyatt Granger's psychic dream has told him Kate Kingston is in danger. But he doesn't know from whom. And Kate's troubled past makes her think Wyatt's warning is only a con. Can he get her to trust him before a murder carries out his diabolical plan for her?
"How did you know about the fire?" she asked, searching his face.
"We shouldn't talk out here," he said.
She glanced up, realizing that they were in a public area. For all he knew the perp could come running back, pretending to be a concerned citizen.
"Okay." She stepped into her workshop, and he followed, closing the door to shut out the smoke and block the sound of their voices.
Now that the emergency was over, she was returning to her former cautious state. She switched on a lamp in the corner and turned to face him, repeating her question.
"How did you know about the fire?"
"I saw it."
He gestured toward the big white house on the other side of the bridge. "I got a room at the Crow's Nest. I was looking out the window and saw someone sneaking around-again," he added, because he'd said the same thing before. Only this time, it was true.
"You were spying on me?" she said in a gritty voice, making him the focus of the discussion.
"No. I was trying to watch out for you."
He couldn't explain that he felt more for her than he had any right to feel. He settled for saying, "You don't believe the psychic stuff. I do. And I was worried. So I stuck around."
She looked away, then back to him. "No I don't believe the psychic stuff. But someone did set that fire. Was it you?"
The bluntly delivered question was like a slap in the face. "Is that what you really think?"
**More stories in Rebecca York's Decorah Security series:
#1 On Edge - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella - introduces the founder of Decorah Security Agency
#2 Dark Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#3 Chained - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#4 Ambushed - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#5 Dark Powers - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#6 Hot and Dangerous - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#7 At Risk - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#8 Christmas Captive - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#9 Destination Wedding - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#10 Rx Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#11 Hunting Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#12 Terror Mansion - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#13 Outlaw Justice - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#14 Found Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#15 Preying Game - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
**The Decorah Security Collection includes Chained, Dark Powers, Hot and Dangerous,
**For more sexy, action-packed thrillers from Rebecca York, check out the
science-fiction romance stories in her Off-World series:
#1 - Hero's Welcome - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#2 - Nightfall - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#3 - Conquest - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#4 - Assignment Danger - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#5 - Christmas Home - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#6 - Firelight Confession - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
**The Off World Collection includes Hero's Welcome, Conquest, and Nightfall.
About the Author
Her 16 Berkley books and novellas include her nine-book werewolf “Moon” series. KILLING MOON was a launch book for the Berkley Sensation imprint. She has written for Harlequin, Berkley, Dell, Tor, Carina Press, Silhouette, Kensington, Running Press, Tudor, Pageant Books, and Scholastic.
Her many awards include two Rita finalist books. She has two Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times: for Series Romantic Suspense and for Series Romantic Mystery. And her Peregrine Connection series won a Lifetime Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense Series.
Many of her novels have been nominated for or won RT Reviewers Choice awards. In addition, she has won a Prism Award, several New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf awards and numerous other awards.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Vrery good for a short story. I like the "Decorah" series.