FBI agent Rafe Sirilli has made the war against drugs his personal fight. Home to settle his father’s estate, he finds himself involved in solving two homicides and a drug ring, while trying to prove the innocence of a girl he’d long forgotten. Erin’s grown into a beautiful woman. She ignites a desire in Rafe hot enough to burn them both.
Erin Brady is no stranger to hardship and tragedy. As a high school counselor, she’s committed to helping kids. She’s charged with inappropriate sexual advances and then suspected of murder, putting her career and freedom in jeopardy. Rafe agrees to stay long enough to prove her innocence. The unexpected passion they share will eventually end, but Erin accepts he’s not hers to keep.
Erin has a secret admirer, one who will kill anybody who threatens to harm her or interferes with his plan to marry the woman of his dreams. Her sudden disappearance changes everything.
Rafe will stay on the hunt until justice is served.
A student of creative writing in her youth, Jerrie set aside her passion when life presented her with a John Wayne husband, and two wonderful children. A career in logistics offered her the opportunity to travel to many beautiful locations in America, and she revisits them in her romantic suspense novels.
But the characters went with her, talked to her, and insisted she share their dark, sexy stories with others. She writes alpha males and kick-ass women who weave their way through death and fear to emerge stronger because of, and on occasion in spite of, their love for each other. She likes to torture people, make them suffer, and if they’re strong enough, they live happily ever after.
Author of the Lost and Found, Inc. series, Hell or High Water, Cold Day in Hell, and No Chance in Hell, the fourth book in the series, No Greater Hell, is scheduled for release in 2015. The Last Execution, and short story, Someone to Watch Over Me are also available. All Jerrie's books are available at Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Apple iBooks, and Google Play.Jerrie lives in Texas, loves sunshine, children’s laughter, sugar (human and granulated), and researching for her heroes and heroines.