When Abigail McLeod landed the listing for the Irving House, a magnificent turn-of-the-century mansion with a haunted ballroom, she thought her luck had changed. Selling this house will establish her real estate agency and mean security at last for her and her four-year-old daughter. So why does something go wrong every time she shows the house? Could it have anything to do with Nate Taggart, architect and the current renter, a sexy and complex man whose mysterious attachment to the Irving House has turned into a major problem? How can she fall in love with a man she thinks she may have to kill the next time a hot prospect runs screaming from the house, especially when she knows better than to trust any man? Falling for Abigail and her delightful daughter isn’t in Nate’s plans, either. Achieving his own ends means hurting her. But can he abandon a lifelong dream for Abigail?
Once famous for her gold medal winning triumph in the Olympic games, Megan Lovell now wants nothing more than to belong in her hometown of Devil’s Lake. But when she plunges into the lake at twilight to rescue a man she sees thrown overboard from a boat, she jeopardizes the life she holds dear. FBI agent ‘Mac’ James McClain had been hiding from death threats here in this peaceful town. Now his enemies are hunting not only him, but also the woman who saved his life. On the run, in danger, these two battle a compelling physical attraction that scares them both. Even if they survive, what does a man who lives undercover for months at a time and has never really had a home have to offer a woman who is desperate to be part of the hometown she gave up in her quest for that Olympic gold? Perhaps it is inevitable that they end up back out on the dark waters of the lake, where their only hope of salvation is each other.
"Studded with tension and skillfully riveting, [DANGEROUS WATERS] will capture you from the first page and won't let go until the end."
- Kay Gragg, AFFAIRE DE COEUR
"[G]uaranteed to have you looking over your shoulder more than once in this explosive, fast-paced thriller."
- Linda Silverstein, ROMANTIC TIMES
Life is a struggle for Marian Wells, a single mother of twin toddlers who pays the bills with a home day care business but is on the verge of losing that home. She is a lifesaver in the eyes of John McRae, retired professional football player and now television color commentator. He’s started an Arabian horse ranch, but loves the television work too. Problem? Leaving his five year old daughter, Emma, several days a week during football season. Answer? Marian – who loves Emma right away, but is wary of the sexy television personality who doesn’t seem to understand how desperately his daughter has needed him since her mother died. Marian knows what it feels like to be abandoned by a man who refuses to be tied down by responsibilities. He may remind Marian of the sweetness and passion possible between a man and a woman. But can she and their children count on him when it matters most?