An unexpected meeting leads a widower on a journey that will change his life forever and possibly give him a new love.
A Something in Common novellaDel Jenkins prefers to be aloneor so he tells himself until his younger brothers try to make him a playdate with bookstore owner Harper Hillman. Dels brothers just want him to make a new friend, but there is no way he can be friends with Harper. Not unless Harpers definition of friends includes jumping…
Evan Murray is working hard to get back to as close to normal as he can after the death of his husband. An attempt on his life shatters the hard-won peace he has achieved. Meeting Ian, one of the detectives sent to handle his case, Evan finds himself feeling something he didn't expect to feel for any other man again-attraction. Evan doesn't believe anyone wants to hurt him, yet with each new attempt, he realises he might be in more danger than he expects. Although he might be in danger, he won't let the unknown person control his life. As he gets to know more about Ian, Evan finds himself drawn to this man who is working to find the one out to kill him. Evan doesn't want to be just another case. There is so much more he needs from Ian…things that include being more up close, personal, and wicked.
Ian Walsh finds his professional detachment shattered by his latest case. Evan's optimism in the face of everything, and his guilelessness, makes for an interesting puzzle. His stubbornness, on the other hand, aggravates Ian. Yet he can't help but be captivated. Keeping Evan at a distance has become a problem. The lines between case and personal are blurred, but Ian is powerless to stop what is happening. With each new attempt made on Evan, they are baffled by the randomness of it. Ian will not let anything happen to this man who has captured him with his wicked intentions.