Duty To Protect by Beth Cornelison
(Silhouette Romantic Suspense)

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Crisis counselor Ginny West confronted danger every day. But when a bomb blast trapped her in a burning building, she never thought she'd make it out alive.

Just in time, Riley Sinclair rescued her from the deadly blaze. The ruggedly sensual firefighter awoke a different danger, arousing a need that rocked her to her core.

Riley had risked his life to save Ginny. And he'd do it again. Yet even as he swore to keep her safe, he couldn't reveal his tragic secret. Until desire ignited…and a violent stalker came after Ginny. Riley knew he had to share the truth about his painful past…or jeopardize his duty to protect her.


About Beth Cornelison

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Beth Cornelison started writing stories as a child when she penned a tale about the adventures of her cat, Ajax. As a teenager, Beth swore three things: She'd never work in fast food, never attend the University of Georgia and never date a man with a mustache.Fate laughed at her oath, and she found herself working fast food (and loving it!) the summer after she graduated from high school. Four years later, she received her bachelor's degree in Public Relations from the University of Georgia and married a wonderful man with a very handsome mustache!After working in public relations for a little more than a year, she moved with her husband from Tennessee to Louisiana, where she decided to pursue her love of writing fiction.Since that time, she has written many more stories of adventure and romantic suspense and has won numerous honors for her work including the coveted Golden Heart prize for unpublished authors awarded by Romance Writers of America.Beth is active on the board of directors for the North Louisiana Storytellers and Authors of Romance (NOLA STARS) in Shreveport, L.A., and stays involved with her son's Boy Scout pack and her church. For fun, she loves reading, traveling, collecting Peanuts' Snoopy items, playing Pokeno once a month with friends and spending downtime with her family.She writes from her home in Louisiana, where she lives with her husband, one son and two cats that think they are people. Beth loves to hear from her readers. You can write to her at P.O. Box 52505, Shreveport, L.A. 71135-2505 or visit her web site at www.bethcornelison.com.
Published July 1, 2008 by Silhouette Romantic Suspense. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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