In Plain Sight

Elite Force Series - Book 5

Short Story in The Way of the Warrior Anthology

By Catherine Mann

Sourcebooks Casablanca - May 2015

Contemporary Romance

There was no way the man who answered her 9-1-1 call and was talking to her was him. It was the fear that her stalker might actually get to her before the police arrived that had Stacy Currie grasping at memories of the past. She needed to focus on providing information and staying safely hidden until her ex-husband left, for he always left before he could be apprehended. And he never left evidence that he was there. She didn't need to fantasize that the one man she should have married was on the phone, helping her.

And then he said her full name, and she knew he'd returned. But he hadn't come to see her.

Gavin Novak knew she'd come to him. She was the strong one, and he'd sent her his address once he knew she was safe. Stacy, his friend, his lover. His one mistake. Not that they'd been together, but that they'd separated. He may have hoped that one day something could change, but she'd wanted stability. He'd decided to join the military. She'd found herself a husband. Gavin was now medically discharged from service while Stacy was being stalked.

Gavin would do anything to protect the one woman he'd ever truly loved.

In Plain Sight was a poignant, touching, reunion romance that I truly adored. Gavin was a true hero, but it took Stacy to take the first step forward to him. He needed her to do that, and she was more than willing to come to him and demand answers to things that he might not have been willing to face.

The Way of the Warrior Anthology supports the Wounded Warrior Project and includes: Hot as Hell by Julie Ann Walker, In Plain Sight by Catherine Mann, Torn by Kate SeRine, War Games by Lea Griffith, Beauty and the Marine by Tina Wainscott, NSDQ by M. L. Buchman, SEALed with Passion by Anne Elizabeth, and Home Fire Inferno by Suzanne Brockmann

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