Hard-edged DEA agent Shayne Kelley grew up fast, shuffled from one foster family to the next. But it made him tough. And damned good at working undercover. But when an idealistic schoolteacher reunites him with the father who abandoned him as a child, his well-ordered world is shaken. He can’t seem to resist the naïve teacher and her reckless optimism. Can her sweet love crumble the wall of bitterness around his heart?
Raised by loving parents, middle school teacher Dani Cochran wants to make a difference in the world. She works with troubled teens during summer break, believing that everyone deserves a second chance. Especially Shayne Kelley. She sees through Shayne’s defenses and enlists his aid with her juvenile delinquents. Will he teach them his cynical view of life? Or will Dani convince her students--and Shayne--that love is the strongest force on earth? But can she risk loving a man who seems destined to break her heart?
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About the Author
Pamela Stone spent twenty plus years in the technology field before becoming a romance writer. She is a native Texan whose mom encouraged the importance of wardrobe, dance, and piano lessons and whose father added go-kart racing, slot cars, water skiing, and a pony to the mix. Toss in a wild imagination, lazy walks on her grandparent’s farm and another grandmother with a shed full of romance novels to while away hot afternoon.
Writing is pure escapism for Pamela. Childhood imaginary friends grew into teenage fantasies. Later as a mother of two young boys, she began writing to keep in touch with the adult world. She continued writing as a method to wind down in the evenings from long days spent in Corporate America. Anybody notice a pattern here? Not enough adult socialization – write. People overload – write. Either way, she claims that writing keeps her sane. Cheaper than a therapist and tons more fun.
She still resides in Texas with her childhood sweetheart and husband. She loves writing romance and sold her first novel, Last Resort: Marriage, on Friday the 13th, June 2008. How’s that for luck!
Pamela loves to hear from her readers and can be reached through her website at http://www.pamelastone.net