Caitlin Harrington's life is in crash-and-burn mode. An ex-boyfriend is stalking her, her grandmother dies, and her job has gone the way of the do-do bird. She returns to her hometown of Naultag to settle the estate, but trouble is on her doorstep.
Sean Taggart rescues people from burning buildings, but saving Caitlin from her troubles is his greatest challenge. The beautiful woman tugs at his heart, but past experience makes him keep her at arm's length.
Tammy Doherty is a new author to me. I saw her book in one of the Facebook groups and on impulse bought it. Wow! She knows how to ramp up the tension. At the point where I thought the story was winding down, she threw in a twist that I never saw coming.
I've got her book, Celtic Cross, on my Kindle and plan to read it soon. Discovering a new-to-me author that I like makes me one hungry reader.
She's Mine gets five stars.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher requested or paid me to review this book. I purchased it, and the opinions expressed are mine.
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