A recent popular trope in romance is the danger and protection one. This is a popular theme because of the interest in military and law officer heroes. Who doesn't love a sexy commanding guy in a uniform? Books about SEALS, Black-Ops, and Firemen just to name a few are exciting reads. There's usually danger as well as love...
True colors has a similar theme of danger and protection. The hero, Jeffrey, is ex-police but he's facing his own demons when he comes face to face with the one woman he never wanted to see again. Rose is tied up in his worst nightmares. But these two are put together by fate and must overcome their own issues if they are going to have a full and happy life.
An invitation to Cupid’s Café will change your life.
Five years ago, Rose Roberts won a Pulitzer prize—and nearly lost her life at the hands of a stalker. After severe anxiety derailed everything, she is about to lose her career and her stalker is on the loose.
Following the murders of his wife and daughter, ex-cop, Jeffrey Dixon, finds himself in need of a windfall to save his home from foreclosure. Searching for a solution, he doesn’t expect to run into the woman who made his loved ones’ killer an overnight celebrity. Or to be offered a job.
Rose, now desperate, is willing to pay whatever price, if he’ll agree to act as her bodyguard and be the subject of her next article. Without any other prospects, Jeff accepts her job offer and moves in.
Becoming emotionally entangled with a woman who wrecked his grieving process is the last thing he wants, but as weeks drag on and the threat from Rose’s stalker becomes very real, Jeff finds his protective instincts triggered. He won't lose someone again.
As their attraction grows and their barriers drop the exposure will leave them questioning everything they hold on to.
Sometimes, the only way to see someone’s truth is to expose the things they fear most.
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