He had a premonition that she was in peril; that's why they met—but you'll never believe why they fell in love.
After mourning the loss of her husband, Brit Roberts managed to pick up her life and move on, working as a teacher for a rural Georgia high school. Things were moving along fine until a string of anonymous phone calls turned creepy, then even creepier until Brit knew that her life was in danger.
It's not until Sam Samuels shows up to check on her that she finds a little peace, and possibly a slight attraction to the handsome-yet-meddling security specialist. Sam isn't just the father of one of Ms. Robert's students, he's a man with premonitions so strong they make him ill. So when he meets his son's teacher and a familiar pain kicks in, he knows something's awry even if he can't put his finger on what it is. Fortunately for Brit, he follows his inexplicable instincts all the way to an attempt to rape and kill the teacher, and interrupts it before anything can happen. From that point forward, Sam makes it his personal goal to protect her—only he didn't count on falling for her.
Someone wants Brit, and now Sam, dead, and neither of them knows why. Could the death of Brit's husband hold the answer? Can Brit and Sam navigate these threats to her life—and their attraction to one another—despite both of their headstrong natures?
Paranormal romance at its best!
About the Author
Mary has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember. She made up stories for the other children and created the details for their “let’s pretend” games. Sometimes the details were so real they scared the other children away.
Mary was born in Augusta, Georgia to two eighteen-year-olds. Her daddy, a young Mississippi man, was stationed at Camp Gordon and fell in love with a young girl selling flowers.
Mary graduated from Mercer University where her mama worked in the library. Mary taught language arts for 15 years, perfect for her BA in English. Her M.Ed in Counseling served her well during her years as a school counselor, and later as a teacher. Now she tutors, teaches writers, and edits—and has helped her husband photograph hundreds of weddings.
Her daughter is her cover artist now; Danielle was raised in the photography business. She doesn’t read Mary’s books. Something about TMI.
Mary likes to pluck at her readers’ heartstrings!