Hired to transport the donor clone across the country for the heart transplant needed to save her nephew’s life, private detective Fallon Monroe never expected to be hunted by terrorists, dirty cops, and her sister’s hired henchmen, all while carrying the burden of a terrible choice.
It was the best advice she’d heard all day.
The back door was smash-welded shut where he’d dragged alongside the metal containers. Fallon wrenched open the front door and shoved Jamie inside. Before she could jump in and pull him across her lap, he climbed into the back seat.
“Hang on!” John shouted.
The car shot forward, revved to redline. A strange clack-clack-clack under the hood increased with their speed.
Fallon slammed her harness into place and wrenched around. “Seatbelt!”
Jamie was already pushing the hasp into the clip. He looked up, and his eyes pierced hers with such intensity it shook her. There was a bright intelligence in his, a profound understanding that shattered everything she had believed and rocked her with shame. He knows everything.
John wrenched the car around a corner with a squealing of tires. Despite the broken arm, he held the wheel with a capable grip. He was driving too fast, but controlled the little car like an expert.
“You came back.” The threat of tears stung her throat, more from the intensity of what had just happened, what she’d just lived through, than any emotional connection. And yet, the emotional link was there too.
“I never left.”
Favorite color Blue. No, green. No, purple. Um, magenta.
Favorite food Pasta. Without a doubt. Because I’m feeling generous I’ll share my favorite recipe: linguini with clam sauce (at the end of this list). So easy and so delish!
Boots or heels Boots. I have eight pairs. 4 high heels, 2 mid, and 2 flats. At the risk of confessing an addiction, I’ll just say I love shoe warehouse shopping. It’s hard to go into one and not find something I like.
eReader or Print Both. I have two kindles, a 3G and a Fire. But sometimes I need to go back to print books, just to keep it fresh. OMG did I really just say keep it fresh?
Social Media: Love it or Hate it? Haaaaaaaatttttee it.
Beer, Liquor or Wine Wine, white, no sulfites (I’m allergic).
Favorite TV Show The Walking Dead. Favorite. Show. Ever. I’m also enjoying Game of Thrones. And I absolutely cannot wait for the new season of Dexter to begin.
Favorite Book series (besides your own) Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum, and Nora Roberts’ In Death.
Pj’s or Lingerie PJs, much to the chagrin of my husband.
Vampires vs. Shifters Would have to say shifters, my opinion colored by Sam Merlott and Alcide Herveaux.
Favorite Genre Do I have to pick one? But I like so many! Well obviously romance is at the top, but for subgenre I love romantic suspense and historical romance. Which is why I write them :)
Sautee a mashed garlic clove in oil, dump in a can of clams, a splash of white wine and ½ teaspoon of chili powder and voila: the best clam sauce ever. MUST be served with fresh grated parmesan.
About the Author
Pamela Fryer has a vivid imagination. As a teenager, she thought she’d write a book, have Stephen King-like fame, and buy a big house for her family in Woodside Hills (where today you can’t find a fixer-upper for under a million dollars). Reality sank in fast, but that didn’t stop Pamela from writing the stories spinning through her imagination.
When asked why she writes romance, the answer is simple. There’s too much violence, anger and hatred in this world, and this is her way of bringing back a tiny bit of joy. Her favorite stories to write are about the reluctant heroine like Fallon Monroe—the underdog, the persecuted, the one against the many, the small against the large, who somehow manage to rise above undefeatable odds and triumph. And always with a happy ending.
Pamela Fryer lives in Northern California with her family and a sweet little adoptee from the local animal shelter who is now running the household. Please visit Pamela's Website. She loves hearing from readers. Send an email to Pamela HERE.
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