Skye Sullivan has a stalker. She comes home to find things rearranged. She goes to the police but feels like they don’t believe her or take her seriously. She then goes to Trace Weston. Trace is her one great love, the man who pushed her away, but also the man who fiercely protected her in the past. Skye and Trace grew up in the foster care system together. Over the course of the book, you get glimpses of their past which give you a flavor of what their relationship was like and what they mean to each other. Trace is thrilled to have an opportunity to get Skye back in his life. He also believes that the person stalking Skye now is the same person who stalked her years ago while she was a professional dancer working in New York. It would also be the same person who caused her car to crash, thus ending her dancing career. I loved the sexiness of this story, as well as the taut thriller aspect of the story. The story is set up so that the reader is constantly wondering who the bad guy is. Is it some unknown person? Is it one of Skye’s other former lovers, or is it Trace – the man she never stopped loving and came to for help? In this story, Trace behaves in a very possessive and protective manner toward Skye. Does he really love her? Is it just protective and possessive, or is it a dangerous obsession? I very much enjoyed this story and look forward to reading other similar stories by this author.