Book: That Night
Author Melissa Alexander
Genre: Contemporary Romance/FBI
Adam Miles is always up for a good time. He’s the guy you call for no-strings-attached fun—not the guy you call for a relationship. Adam doesn’t have time for the white-picket fence dream. He’s too busy tracking down killers and putting them away. Until he met her.
Ellis James doesn’t want a serious relationship. She’s been there, done that, and has the emotional scars to prove it. Ellis is focused on her career and is kicking butt as an FBI agent in Atlanta. When Adam and Ellis first meet she is working undercover, and he has no idea of her real occupation. Misconceptions are formed, but neither can stop thinking about the other. Until her case blows up in her face.
After narrowly surviving a hostage situation, Ellis and Adam come face-to-face when their cases cross paths, and they are thrown together on a task force. Adam is hunting down a serial killer who seems to be involved with a string of bank robberies Ellis is investigating.
Ellis has attracted the attention of a killer who will stop at nothing to have her. As Adam and Ellis spend time together, they feel their attraction growing stronger each day. What should be one night of passion turns into more. As their feelings for each other intensify, one awful mistake will threaten to tear them apart, and put Ellis in harm’s way. Can they overcome their fear of relationships or will they destroy each other?
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Meet the Author
Melissa Alexander grew up in South Carolina. She attended the University of South Carolina and holds a BA in Liberal Arts. She met her husband while in college. After living in Columbia, South Carolina, Chicago, Illinois and London, Ontario, Melissa and her husband, their two children and two dogs finally settled in Atlanta, Georgia.
Melissa has always enjoyed reading and after a co-worker brought over some books for her to read while on maternity leave, she was hooked on romance novels. When Melissa is not busy with her family, she enjoys running, reading and working on her next book.
Melissa loves to hear from her readers. You can find her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter (@mzalexanderbook).