“Multiple genre satisfier!” ~ Jim Lewis
Saving Emily by Lynne Scott.
Janice Bracken loves her career as a bodyguard providing Secret Service-level protection to corporate executives traveling abroad. After a grueling round of travel, she’s looking forward to a few days off and relaxing with her oldest friends in Tucson. Her vacation goals are simple: a decent margarita, a little time by the pool, and finding out if Jim “Mac” MacPherson can live up to the fantasies she’s always had about him. However, Janice’s plans change when she spots Mac’s willful daughter, Emily, in danger at a street fair. There’s a killer preying on young girls in Tucson, and unless Janice can find a way to save her, Emily will be his next victim.
72,500 Words/196 Pages
Editor: Marcia Lindley
Cover Design: Liquid Reality Studios 72,500 Words
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Saving Emily is also available at Create Space in paperback.
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