I’m so excited! My new book, Heaven’s Watcher is available today!
Heaven’s Watcher is the second book in the Heavenly Bodies Series. the first book in the series, Hell’s Bounty will be on a $.99 sale at the end of the month.
Blurb: Leather-wearing, motorcycle riding PI Heaven Vaughan is working undercover in a Las Vegas casino for the DA. She must find the evidence to convict the casino boss of ordering her brother killed, but the tall, dark, sex-on-a-stick head of security is constantly watching her. Just knowing he’s got his monitors focused on her makes her hot, and she can’t help but make sure he has something as equally arousing to look at.
Straight-arrow Darius Turner has one job—to safeguard the people in the casino. The feisty redhead dominating his viewing pleasure is playing havoc with his duties and with his libido. All he wants is to take her up on her teasing invitations, but he can’t let her get too close. If Heaven discovers his true identity, there’ll be hell to pay.
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After scolding herself, she got back to work.
She had to find the evidence quickly before Darius realized what she was up to.
Near the end of her shift, she grabbed a tray, a bottle of single-malt whiskey, a glass, and headed
toward the boss’s office. She knocked on the door. No one answered, so she slipped in.
Setting the tray on the coffee table, she scanned the room and sat down at the desk. She didn’t know the computer password, so she opened the drawer on the right.
At the sound of the soft scraping of the door on the lush carpet, she froze.
Darius filled the doorway. “What are you doing here?”
Quietly, she closed the drawer. “I was told to bring the boss a bottle of scotch.”
Darius nodded at the bottle on the tray. “I see.”
“You do a lot of that.”
“What are you doing behind the desk?” His low, measured voice sent shivers through her.
“Nothing.” She shrugged. When he did not respond, she said, “The truth is, I need to get
another computer. I figured the boss would have the top of the line with all the bells and whistles.” She forced a smile. “Just checking it out.” She got up and edged around the desk, hoping to get to the door before Darius pressed the control in his pocket
to call his men.
He blocked her. His rock-solid frame resembled a wall yet excited her. Taking a calming
breath, she tried to walk around him.