I enjoyed this book. The characters connected and the story flowed. If you are a Linda Howard fan, you know the formula of her novels (cute heroine, hunky hero and a little drama), but due to Linda Howard's exceptional writing, you always have an enjoyable story.
Sarah Stevens is a butler, but not just any type of butler. She makes over $100,000 a year, and only works for top notch clientele. She is also not only a butler but a trained body guard. Sarah works for a retired judge who she loves and considers family. One night during an attempted robbery, Sarah uses her training and skills to stop the burglers. When the police arrive to apprehend the suspects, she meets Detective Cahill, and there is an instant attraction, although neither will acknowledge it. This foiled burglery attempt also attracts the local news media who do a "human interest" piece on Sarah. This newscast attracts the attention of a stalker, who later turns killer, and the story flows from there. Of course, Sarah will have to come into contact again with hunky Detective Cahill and both of them will have to work together to find this killer. I enjoyed this story and would highly recommend.