Medical personnel were dropping like flies and Dr. Sasha Pulaski wasn't going to just stand by and do nothing. She believed in her work and would do anything for her patients. But how could she help when she was next on a murderer's hit list? The only bright spot was her new protector--Detective Anthony Santini, a man determined to catch the hospital killer and watch over Sasha. And when the building was in lockdown mode, she turned to the handsome lawman--and found more than just a strong guardian angel. Could he help her see the unspoken possibilities sizzling between them before it was too late?
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|Title of Romance eBook: Her Lawman on Call||Series: The Doctors Pulaski, , #1|
|Release Date: 06-21-2010|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Romantic Suspense||Store Sales Rank: 11669|
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Her Lawman on Call
At night, when there were fewer vehicles housed within this particular parking structure, she felt exposed, helpless.
And déja-vu haunted her.
It was a completely irrational reaction, she was the first to acknowledge it as such. But it changed nothing.
She wanted to run, but chose to move slowly, retracing steps she'd taken thirteen hours ago, when her day at Patience Memorial Hospital had begun. The lighting down on this level was poor. One of the bulbs was out, leaving the resulting shadows to threaten one another.
The air felt heavy and clammy, much like the day had been. Typical New York City autumn, Sasha thought. She picked up her pace, making her way toward where she thought she remembered leaving her car, a small vintage Toyota that had seen more than a handful of design changes come and go.
Dr. Sasha Pulaski stripped off her sweater and slung it over her arm, stifling a yawn. She felt exhausted. By rights, she should have left for the apartment she shared with her two younger sisters more than two hours ago. She'd actually been on her way to the elevator when Angela had called out to her. Angela Rico was a nurse on the floor, but more than that, she was a friend. Angela told her that the young woman who'd given birth less than two hours ago had sudden...