Odd things keep happening to Dr. Sara Newton. She’s a soon-to-be-unemployed pediatrician with an alleged stalker, a hot cop on her heels breathing dire warnings, and way too much student debt.
It doesn’t help that the hot cop is Clay Morrison, her best friend’s older brother. The man has made her heart pound and her palms sweaty since puberty. The trouble is, he only interacts with her when he’s expounding on new security measures. He sees threats everywhere.
Clay Morrison is frustrated. He hates his new job, misses his Army Ranger days, loves his well-meaning, pushy family—and when did sweet Sara Newton grow up? She won't admit she has a stalker, and she won't keep out of his thoughts. He can only protect someone in denial for so long. No matter how attractive she is...
Clay and Sara are circling each other, trying to meet in the middle. Then a brand new threat sends them in a completely different direction.
Clay placed a hand at the small of her back and ushered her out of the hospital. He didn’t move it until they reached the front passenger door of his massive SUV. Sara calculated the distance between the passenger seat in relation to the ground.
“I’m wearing a pencil skirt.”
“I can see that.” No indication whether he approved of this state or not.
Maybe she could step into the huge vehicle sideways? There was no way she could avoid flashing the fact she did still possess a few pairs of underwear if she had to step up into his SUV.
Clay opened the door, scooped her around the waist, and swung her into the vehicle. All without breaking a sweat. He buckled her seatbelt with professionalism. Then shut her door in the same detached manner.
Did I miss something?
Her breathing had only just resumed normal operations when he strode around the vehicle. The man didn’t use the running board to climb in. Like a normal person. He stepped into the driver’s seat as though this beastly SUV was car-sized. Muttering under her breath about tall people, Sara settled into the seat.
Her heart tripped a beat. “What?”
He repeated the question.
“What about it?”
“Do you want to go somewhere for dinner?”
Whoa! I haven't read to that part yet....I'll have to stop blogging and read more!
Here's a list of D.R. Grady's books...oh, and I highly recommend The Dragon Chronicles----my personal favorites!
The Morrison Family Series:
The Nerd and the Marine
The Corpsman and the Nerd
The Nerd and the SEAL
The Nerd’s Pocket Pets
Shadows and Spice
Bad Nerd Rising
Bad Nerd Falling
Nerds on Fire
The Trouble with Nerds
The Nerd who Spied Me
Free Short Stories:
Math Nerds and Mechanics
The Me Series:
The Dragon Chronicles Series:
The Dragon Chronicles Book 1: Learning
The Dragon Chronicles Book 2: Shifting
The Dragon Chronicles Book 3: Healing
D.R. Grady lives with her husband near Hershey, PA. She adores chocolate, laughing, collecting bags, books, and shoes, and writing stories that resonate with others. You can find her and her novels at your favorite social media below or at her Website:
Twitter: @drgradybooks https://twitter.com/drgradybooks
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Thanks, D.R. for getting me back into the blogging mode--- Life sometimes can get very busy and my blog has been neglected for a few weeks, uh months.
Until my next blog...I'll be teaching my preschoolers, attending my teenager's activities, reading The Trouble with Nerds, and writing more chapters of my suspense novel, Protected....I'm half way through writing the first draft with hopes of publication late 2017/early 2018.
Keep Reading and Writing,