From the Author
We are closing in on the end of the Spotlight On Sentinel Pass series. It seemed appropriate that the final two books would begin to draw us away from the Black Hill. Ironic, given the title of this book, right? But all is never what it seems at first glance.
Jessie Bouchard, a successful stunt woman who has sacrificed a great deal--even arriving too late to her dying mother's bedside--for her craft and career. She's chosen an "extreme" lifestyle of physical challenges and relentless travel as a way to avoid those sticky, unpleasant emotional tangles she witnessed in her mother's life.
Prodigal son Cade Garrity returns to his Black Hills roots, his father's ranch, knowing exactly what he wants--to build a safe, nurturing home for his daughter--a life that includes his estranged father, Buck, and his half-sister, Kat. Would Cade be open to finding a mate? Absolutely. But his late wife chose her career over her family. He won't go down that road again--even for someone like Jessie, who tempts him to make a short-term exception to his rules.
In researching Jessie's backstory, I learned a great deal about the sports called: Parkour and Free running. The athletes are fearless, dedicated and exciting to watch. I knew I'd found my heroine when I watched stunt woman, Luci Romberg's Incredible Egg commercial on TV.
Next month, Jessie's twin sister, Remy, will close out this series. I hope you've enjoyed all nine "Spotlight on Sentinel Pass" stories. If you've missed any, Harlequin has released them all as eBooks. As a new devotee of electronic books, I highly recommend you give downloading these titles a try. What a great way to store a library!