Living Dangerously by Dee J. Adams
(Adrenaline Highs)

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Book four of Adrenaline Highs

Julie Fraser, Hollywood's newest "it" girl, arrives on the red carpet to more than just the flashes of the paparazzi's cameras. A sniper's shots leave her bleeding and in the line of fire. Her life would be over if it weren't for the bodyguard who comes to the rescue—taking a bullet in the process.

Troy Mills, a P.I. working undercover, couldn't stand by and watch an innocent woman die, but now he's torn. How can he tell her that he's not a bodyguard, but a P.I.? A P.I. hired to prove that Julie is sleeping with the movie producer he's pretending to protect.

When a second attempt is made on Julie's life, Troy realizes that keeping her safe is more important than any supposed affair. And in order to keep her safe, he'll have to keep her close. But desire and danger are hot on Julie's heels. Who could have guessed that protecting an A-list actress would not only put Troy's life in jeopardy, but his heart as well?

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About Dee J. Adams

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Dee J. Adams is a writer, actor, and public speaker. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, and RWA. She narrated most of her books in the Adrenaline Highs series for  You can find more at her website: and on FaceBook:   
Published May 20, 2013 by Carina Press. 293 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Julie Fraser is "America's Sweetheart." She started out in a much-loved television series and ended up as a movie star. When someone apparently attempts to shoot her on the red carpet, she is saved from certain death by Troy Mills, who ends up injured him

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