Proximity

Proximity

Traci Hunter Abramson’s Proximity was simply edge-of-your-seat amazing.  This book is not part of her legendary Saint Squad series, but it does include a Whitmore and a famous singer (Read Obsession for their story).

This book starts out as a typical romance novel, but it heats up in intensity and ends as a nail-bitter type book.  Having the romance and the suspense makes it a book that I will most-likely read numerous of times.

I love Traci and her books, and you can not go wrong in reading her books.  This book and all of her other ones come highly recommended by me.  Though I really enjoyed this book, I really hope I never find myself in the situation Tia Parker found herself in.

Book Blurb

Tia Parker always seems to fall for the wrong guy. But when she meets Evan Spence at a friend’s wedding, it seems like she’s finally found Mr. Right. Their spark is undeniable, but reality may extinguish any hope for a future: they are separated by thousands of miles. As the couple struggles with the pitfalls of pursuing romance long-distance, Tia is taken off guard by a new arrival in town. Colby Farren is handsome and charming and has made it clear he’s interested in Tia. Yet despite his obvious infatuation, Tia can’t seem to get Evan out of her mind. Caught between the attention of two very different men, her complicated love life is soon eclipsed by much more sobering concerns. A break-in at her apartment is just the first in a series of bizarre events, each bringing her one step closer to a dangerous liaison. And knowing who to trust could be a matter of life and death.

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