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  • A Time Traveler's Journey, Book 2

    It’s hell in the ER, but Army veteran Dr. Rick Hauser wouldn’t work anywhere else. The hardened combat medic thinks he’s seen it all.  Until she storms into his life.

    Amelia Pennington is not just a pretty face. She’s a time-traveler. A medical student from 1895, forced to flee a madman. She’s been in trouble before, but this time everything she loves is at risk. Can a reluctant hero be the key she’s searching for?

    What’s left of Hauser’s heart is still on the battlefield. Last thing he needs is to get tangled up with a mystery woman. But when he finds Amelia on the streets, he ignores the warning shots firing off in his head and takes her home. In less than twenty-four hours, she’s upended his self-protected world. Even his dog, Rocky, is in love.


    Rating: Spicy
    Page Count: 310
    Word Count: 74048
    978-1-5092-2036-6 Paperback
    978-1-5092-2037-3 Digital

    Excerpt

    Hauser looked up from his work station. The blonde from the waiting room was in the ER corridor, looking crazed. Without thinking, he headed straight for her.

    She rushed forward when she saw him and threw herself at his feet. “Please, Doctor, help me.”

    Rick grabbed her under the arms and hauled her back to standing. She looped around his waist before he could stop her.

    “Security,” someone else yelled.

    An alarm code sounded.

    “I got this,” Rick relayed. He captured her face and made her look at him. Wild blue eyes shot from side to side. “Hey. Eyes on me. Only me. There ya go.” His voice calmed when she complied. “Tell me what’s going on.”

    “Please,” she begged in a low tone meant only for his ears. “Something dreadful happened in the tunnels.”

    He recognized it then, the ghost of real trauma. She’d been through something bad. “All right. You’re safe with me.” He relaxed his hold and felt her tremble in his arms. Her head came to rest against his chest. With a ragged sigh, she nestled into him.

    A shudder of unfamiliar emotion shot through him. He hadn’t held a woman in years. Heck, he hadn’t even been this close to another human unless they were injured or dying.

    “Tell me your name,” he insisted. Still, he held her.

    Bo Peep felt good. Damn good. Slim but strong, all curves and sweet, sexy woman pressed full against him. Rick’s sex-starved body surged to life as if he’d been hit with paddles. Her blonde head rose, and she met his stare. Trust had replaced the fear. When she moistened her lips with the tip of her tongue, his resolve took a nosedive.

    Sweet Jesus, what the hell? Rick cleared his throat and untangled himself from her. “I can’t help unless you work with me. What’s your name? I’m Hauser. I mean…Dr. Rick Hauser.”

    She stood straight. “Amelia Pennington, and I need your help, Doctor.” Her voice had turned steady. Steadier than his.

    “That’s why I’m here. Tell me what happened.”

    “There’s a man,” she began. Her gaze snapped to those entering alongside them.

    Rick held up one hand to stay the guards, twitching to haul her away. “What happened with the man?”

    She didn’t answer. Her laser focus remained on the others.

    “Well then, Amelia Pennington…” He took her hand and drew her back to him. “You sure know how to make an entrance. But security is gonna need to ask you a few questions before I can help.”

    “No…” she moaned.

    “Yes,” he commanded.

    She looked to the other men again, appearing to size them up. With surprising strength, she shoved Rick and darted past the guards. And she fled into the night as if the devil himself chased after her.

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