WHAT SHE CAN’T SEE COULD KILL HER...
Natalie Jones is the lucky survivor of an elusive killer who preys on young women and then disappears from view. And since her harrowing ordeal, the once gutsy photojournalist has remained isolated in her home, paralyzed by fear and her failing vision.
Special Agent Liam “Mac” McKenzie has scars of his own. But despite his efforts to ignore the attraction that simmers between him and Natalie, he needs her help to catch a predator. Soon, they will forge a tentative alliance—one charged with desire.
Through a soft-focus lens, Natalie dares to envision a future with Mac beyond the investigation…never guessing that the clues hidden within her photographs are drawing them into an explosive confrontation with a madman.
Launching a romantic suspense series following special agents working for the California Department of Justice, DePaul (Dangerous to Her) begins with a woman-in-jeopardy story. Natalie Jones is a gifted photographer who has lost most of her vision and her fianc but refuses to learn to cope with her disability. Somehow she survives an attack by a mysterious assailant. Special agent Liam McKenzie, who heads the state's Special Investigations Group, checks out the incident. There is inappropriate (but instant) attraction between the lonely, hostile victim and the jaded detective. The absurd plot involves a runaway teen, a homicidal minister, a woman who will do anything for a baby, a violent born-again ex-convict, sought-after photos taken by a blind woman, and an insane mother consigned to an asylum. This obscures what could have been an interesting and unusual romance, leapfrogging to an improbable happy ending.