The second book in The Special Agent Series was My Very Special Agent.
Erotic Romance: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Cover Artist: Rae Monet Designs, Inc.
Editor: Rachael D. Thompson
Word Count: 13,790
Release Date: April 10, 2008
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing http://www.redrosepublishing.com
Buy Link: http://redrosepublishing.com/bookstore/product_info.php?cPath=76_86&products_id=140
Make sure you see the awesome video trailer for this dark and tintilating thiller! Here’s the link: My Very Special Agent: http://www.blazingtrailers.com/show.php?title=212
Best selling author Maggie Tyler has been stalked and threatened by a psychotic fan. She’s put under protective custody and FBI Special Agent Stephen O’Leary has taken her to a supposedly safe location, out of the limelight of her public life. They are staying in a secure cabin near Moon’s Peak Lake in upstate New York. Here you go…
“Not without you. We can call the police from the bedroom.”
“Maggie, I know what I’m doing. You go up and lock the door. I have to radio headquarters, and they’ll alert the local authorities. I’ll be up in two minutes, I promise. Now go! Now!”
Finally she ran up the stairs. After I radioed headquarters, I grabbed my gun and ran upstairs. I only knocked once before the door flew open and a frightened Maggie flew into my arms. I pushed her back into the room and slammed the door, locking it.
I crouched down below the front window and slowly rose to peer outside. An orange form caught my eye. A man in an orange hunting suit was walking towards the cabin.
He stopped about fifteen feet in front of the porch and yelled, “I’m really sorry, man. It was an accident.”
Cautiously, I opened the window and yelled down to him. “What the hell are you doing shooting so close to the house? This is a restricted area and I’m a federal agent. I don’t want to see you around here again. You could have killed me!”
“My rifle misfired, buddy. I’m really sorry. You won’t see me again.” And he walked off down the hill and was gone.
“It’s okay now, Maggie. It was just a hunter. I radioed the agency. I think I’ll let the sheriff show up and give him a statement about the hunter, just to be on the safe side.” I looked up to see Maggie cowering in the corner. I quickly went to her, pulled her close, and held her in my arms