Kaiden West on a plane to Australia, he eases her fears even as he sets her
heart ablaze. But after their plane crashes into the ocean and they wash ashore,
will the secrets surrounding him send their budding relationship into a
holding onto her shoulder—and looking at her like she was insane—was Kaiden
multi-media company that had its fingers into everything. Magazines,
newspapers, film, and advertising were some of the cherries in his pie. And he
was plastered on all the outlets he didn’t own.
from reality. Not unheard of. Eddie, her latest schizophrenic child, had
nothing on her today.
very plane, touching her shoulder! Which begged the question of why he was on
said plane and touching said shoulder.
you to your seat?”
meaning of his words pierced her addled-mind. Huh? Seat? She nodded. He could
help her to wherever he wanted.
tell me it, or at least show me your boarding pass?”
couldn’t talk? She shoved the crumpled pass at him as she forced her tongue
into some kind of working order. “Here,” she rasped.
and guided her toward her seat. The crowd parted before him as if he were
Moses. Oh, wait, he was. Moses of the media world at least.
At over six foot three, he didn’t need that extra advantage. She was
uncomfortable enough. Why was he even helping her? After a second’s thought,
she found she didn’t care. Though it may be stupid and reckless of her, it only
mattered that he was by her side. As she worked up the courage to thank him, he
reached for her carry-on.
toward him, so she released her death grip on it. He flashed her a smile that
sent the butterflies into her throat before he deposited the bag into the
Sahara-like mouth. “Thank you. For your help.”
mouth as if to say something more. But he inclined his head and headed toward
the front again.
who grew up in small-town Indiana. She now resides in the suburbs of Chicago
with her husband and son, who are used to sharing her attention with her laptop.
When not spinning tales of romance and fantasy, she can be found with her nose
buried in a book or, more accurately, her e-reader. Her scholastic background
is in psychology, which enabled her to get low-paying jobs in the human-services
sector. Needless to say, she’s now writing full-time.
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