It isn't Sage Parker's fault that she mistakes former Navy SEAL Joel Watts as the stalker who has been sending her disturbing letters - he shows up every time she turns around. Too bad her father doesn't tell her he sent Joel to protect her.
When the stalker tracks Sage from LA to her new job in Colorado, she's glad to have Joel on her side. She didn't plan on falling in love with him though - now if he would see her as more than just a client. Joel takes his job as head of resort security seriously, but Sage is his number one priority, and the one woman he can't get out of his mind. He isn't sure if he believes in her precognition, or some of her other hokey beliefs, but he soon finds he can't live without her. He just has to catch the stalker before he or Sage end up dead.
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- karina Larson
Sealed or swooned
I think the narrator did a great job keeping the story moving, even when you were frustrated with the lead.
Currently there are a lot of books out there that focus on romance with men who serve their country, the saving grace for this book was the prior book a established our connection
I listen to all but the last half hour of it in one sitting, Sage endded up frustrating me.
the series does need to be read in order for better understanding. we follow a group of sisters on their journey of opening a new hotel after their father passes and they are forced together. in book two we follow Sage's journey through love. I wish she was a stronger character. I hated that she swooned than got nauseous and had all these panic attacks over every single thing. however the book was entertaining.
- Lauren Alumbaugh