Born in Mystery

Braddack #3

by Susan Kearney

Bell Bridge Books

July 3, 2014

ISBN-13: B00K0SF76E

Available in: e-Book

Born in Mystery
by Susan Kearney

A stalker has Summer Warren desperate. So she quits her job, changes apartments and assumes a new identity . . . as a surrogate mother. Yet when the stalker finds her again, she has no choice but to seek protection from the babies’ biological father.

Craig Braddack doesn’t know what to think of the leather clad motor-cycle riding hot mama that shows up on his doorstep demanding that he protect her and his twins. While he’s suspicious of her story, when the stalker returns, his fierce protective instincts for his children kick into overdrive.

Craig tells himself that his desire for Summer is chemistry . . . albeit sizzling chemistry. And he wishes he could trust her . . . if only she hadn’t lied to him. Twice. But it will take more than trust to keep Summer and his babies alive. They must work together to out the stalker . . . or die trying.

Susan Kearney's Bio

Susan Kearney used to light herself on fire four times a day. Now she does something really hot — she writes romantic suspense for Harlequin Intrigue.

While she hasn't performed her signature "fire" dive from a 10-meter platform in years, she started diving at age 10. By age 12, she'd won the New Jersey State Championship, and by college, she was a three-time All-American Diver.

While attending the University of Michigan, she earned a business degree that led to her diverse careers as, variously, a partner in a barter business, a real estate appraiser, a mover and renovator of houses, and a once- owner of three hair salons. Finally, in 1995, she sold her first book and became a full-time writer. She's currently plotting her way through her 30th novel.

Of all her careers, her favorite is wife and mother. She married her teenage sweetheart and lives with her husband, two children, and Boston terrier in sunny Florida. She now beats the heat not by diving into cold water, but with her new hobby — figure skating. Susan also enjoys writing science fiction, screenwriting, boating, and traveling to foreign countries.