Bodyguard is not part of Sloan Abbott's usual job description with the Texas Rangers, but when his boss asks him for a personal favor, he can't refuse. Lainie Gardner is an advice columnist who isn't taking the threatening letters she's been getting seriously. Sloan whisks her away for her own safety, but both discover they have a lot to learn about trust and love.
For an advice columnist, Lainie Gardner was suddenly without sund thought but on sensory overload when she found herself dancing in Sloan Abbott's arms. Theirs was an impossible relatinship, he, the Texas Ranger protector, she, the celebrity protectee. Under normal circumstances, their paths never should have crossed. But when her life suddenly, terrifyingly had gone from run ofthe mill to the run, it was Sloan whose body had shielded hers and who now stirred dangerous feelings in her. For Lainie-the-professional would have wisely counseled against an affair that could lead nowehere.