VULNERABLE By : Marsha R . West
The Plot :
Interior designer , and junior college professor Maddy Crain fights for the strength to stand on her own after the tragic death of her husband two years ago in a car wreck . Being the target of sexual harassment on campus forces her to seek help .
Former LA homicide detective and now security expert , David Bourland , works to protect his clients , but he guards his heart after seeing his wife gunned down . Maddy ’ s vulnerability and independence demand all his skills as he vows to keep her safe .
Will the harasser ’ s obsession turn deadly ? Will David ’ s fear of falling for someone who might die violently and Maddy ’ s determination to stand on her own prevent them from admitting their love for each other ?
“ Here ’ s the pizza , ladies .” The server placed the tray on a raised stand in the middle of the table . “ Can I bring you anything else ?”
“ No thanks . We ’ re good . Umm .” Morgan moaned . “ Smell that . My mouth is watering , Mom . I ’ ll cut . You talk .”
“ How much do you know about harassment in the workplace ?” Maddy fiddled with her silverware , moving her fork and knife around from place to place . Could her lawyer daughter help ?
“ Why are you asking ? Do you have a friend who ’ s run into some trouble ?” Morgan served both their plates . “ This looks scrumptious . I plan to eat every last fattening bite and enjoy it . I ’ ll exercise more tomorrow . So , do you have a friend who needs advice ?” Maddy pushed away her plate . “ Not a friend . It ’ s me .” Morgan nearly choked on a last bite of salad . “ Oh , my God ,
Mom . Are you alright ? What happened ? When ? Who ?”
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Author Contact Info :
A retired elementary school principal , a former school board member , and theatre arts teacher , Marsha R . West writes Romance , Suspense , and Second Chances . Experience Required . She lives in Texas with her supportive lawyer husband and Charley , a deaf , Chihuahua / Jack Russell Terrier . Their two daughters presented them with three delightful grandchildren all who live nearby .
The theme of Marsha ’ s ten books is always second chances , and she even has a four-part series titled The Second Chances Series . She believes in Happily Ever Afters . Her husband picked up a plaque for her on one of their several trips to Maine that states her philosophy exactly . Everything will be all right in the end . If it ’ s not all right , it ’ s not the end . The Heroines and Heroes in her books are in their 40s and 50s with their parents and children