From the cover: Confronting her biological family had long been Lea Nguyen's dream. But now, rather than getting to know her father, she is confined with his sexy and brooding bodyguard, Michael Whittaker. Each night Michael's body gives her the acceptance she's always craved. But each day, she keeps a terrible secret... Someone has been stalking Abraham Danforth and it is Michael's job to find them. Keeping an eye on Danforth's illegitimate daughter was supposed to be strictly business, but along the way he crossed the line into strictly pleasure. If Lea is the stalker, he's duty-bound to turn her in. But if he's wrong, he'll lose her trust forever.
I thought this book did okay. The major gripe is that Lea feels sorry for herself a little too much throughout the story, and occasionally compares herself to Cindy, a tall, white, 'statuesque' blond that works for Michael. Because of this, Lea didn't come off as a strong character for me; she has to be 'saved' by her lover Michael. However, love scenes are hot, and obstacles showed up that kept me reading until the end