Bel Baxter doesn't have an enemy in the world. Her alter ego, best-selling author Belinda Beverly, has a stalker. When he burns her New York house, Bel flees the city, running clear across the country to hide in a small California coast town.
Sheriff Quincey Yarborough likes his town peaceful. He'll do whatever it takes to keep it that way. He saw enough chaos in the military, and his aging grandfather needs friendly, supportive surroundings to keep dementia at bay. Quincey does not need a hot city woman bringing her problems to his doorstep.
Bel and Quincey try to ignore their mutual and unwelcome attraction until Bel realizes the stalker has followed her and only Quincey stands between her and disaster.
This book was previously published as Stalking Bel.
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About the Author
Writing romance was a natural thing for Jenny Andersen to do, given her life-long love affair with words. Like most writers, Jenny has had a number of weird jobs* and strange experiences** that sometimes mutate and show up in her stories. Jenny has an M.A. Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania; the master's thesis turned into her first book for Wild Rose. She lives in California with the world's most wonderful husband and a herd of dust bunnies. In addition to writing, she plays the Celtic harp (badly), sells antique jewelry, and goes--reluctantly--to the gym. * field camp cook, mineral museum curator, soda jerk, materials analyst, antique dealer ** dropping a student off a waterfall, riding a horse that tried to jump a cement truck, raising children