"I'd apologize for kissing you, but I'm not all that sorry."
Dancer Melanie Brooks had escaped small-town Oklahoma,
giving up the country for Broadway's bright lights. Yet
after her mother's funeral called her back, her own health
issues forced her to stay. Now her tenant, too-hot-for-his-
own-good Adam Benson, is giving her a reason to dance
again. But has a killer set his sights on her, too?
Adam knows a little something about fresh starts. As for
his beautiful neighbor, he doesn't see a wheelchairâ€”he sees
a woman who understands. But as the heat grows between
them, he can't avoid the feeling that more than her big-
city past haunts herâ€”and that danger has been lurking,
waiting to strike .