By Kay Hooper
Whilst Robin Stuart is pulled from the stormy seas, she will purely grasp desperately to the palms that encompass her. Robin has been too with reference to possibility to not realize it back: within the eyes of the rugged, fearless guy. Michael Siran is a professional at enjoying harmful video games. yet from the instant the terrified attractiveness with the piercing gaze units foot on his send, he is touched by way of a real experience of function. Robin insists on closing by means of his aspect - even if she is looking the realm of a guy who trusts not anyone. Michael is set to provide her every thing - if he can in simple terms make her needless to say even heroes are human, and that her braveness runs as deep as his love.
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A man who generally knows what's going on anywhere around Miami, especially if it's illegal. " She looked at her friend. " Teddy smiled a little. "The guys won't like it," she murmured. " "They won't like it," Raven agreed. " And that was, after all, the important thing. * * * Michael Siran was annoyed at himself. He had no business accepting a partner, however temporarily, and especially when that partner seemed to possess just enough knowledge, experience, and anger to make her dangerous. He didn't doubt she had picked up useful information as a reporter, but that hardly qualified her to play police officer or detective.
The coffee was cold. " She wasn't trying to convince him, just talking. "We all had that in common, being alone. And being afraid. And there was—" She stopped suddenly, remembering. "There was someone else, I think. At least one other girl. I heard her crying one night, in the next cabin. " Her voice trailed off, and she blinked back the hot pressure of tears. When she looked at Michael Siran, his face seemed to waver, to grow indistinct. Robin blinked harder and felt her heart lurch oddly. He was looking at her, a sudden pallor obvious beneath his tanned face.
It was apparent not only in his tight jaw and firmly held lips and in the strange, shuttered gleam of his gray eyes; danger was an almost visible aura surrounding him, enclosing him. Detached, she transferred the thoughts to images, and saw steel forged in a white-hot crucible, still dangerous to the touch. " she asked, feeling a flicker of interest. He was sitting on the edge of her bunk leaning toward her. His eyebrows shot up at her question, then drew together in a frown. "Florida," he said brusquely.
Captain's Paradise by Kay Hooper