Kliebert finally has the perfect life she spent years dreaming of.
She’s on the fast track to her fantasy-come-true career as a
therapist. If she can help pop star Billy Chambers, it will be her
greatest achievement and even sweeter than earning an “A”
last thing Billy Chambers wants is anyone’s help, especially when he
doesn’t see a single thing wrong with his life. When bossy Natalie
becomes his court-appointed personal therapist, sparks fly from day
one. Annoyance was never so arousing. Hooking up should be easy, but
an undercurrent of evil is coming for Natalie, which may force her to
reveal her deepest secret.
problems of their pasts are no match for today’s demons. Natalie and
Billy must come together and be the allies they were meant to be in a
supernatural fight that may cost them their lives.
Miles is a California State University San Bernardino graduate
student with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and a
former flight attendant. She grew up in Altadena, California in that
tumultuous time known as the 1980s. She now resides with her family
in the Inland Empire, CA. She’s a horror/paranormal romance writer
mainly because it feels so good having her characters do bad things
and, later, pondering what makes them so bad and why they can never
seem to change their wicked ways.
She enjoys emails from
people who like her work. In fact, she loves emails. She can be
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as she does.
Natalie shook her head slowly. “I don’t think so. You recognize you have a problem, and that’s a great start for our work together, but your mistake lies in thinking you can, and should, conquer this on your own. If you think I’m wrong, prove it to me.” He gave her an assessing look. “Prove it? How?” She placed her hands on her hips, tilting her head slightly. “Empty your pockets.” Billy had a sinking feeling and closed his eyes for a moment. “What? Why?” Her expression never changed, and he knew she had him beat. For the moment, anyway. He slowly reached into his shorts pocket, pulling out his wallet and cell phone. She showed him no mercy, as he had fully expected. “Now, the other pocket, please.” He reached into his other pocket and slowly pulled out a silver flask full of vodka that he kept on him most of the day. Before he could say a word in his defense, she snatched the small, silver container and emptied the liquor onto the sand. “Hey! What the hell—” Natalie turned and handed the flask back to him. “You won’t be needing that while we’re working together, and if I do my job, you won’t need it after. This has to be a collaboration between the two of us, and keeping you from drinking is the first step to making sure you’re totally on board.”
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