Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Title: Obsession
Author: Traci Hunter Abramson
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

Pop singer Kendra Blake grew up in the spotlight as the daughter of a prominent actor. Now famous in her own right, she’s had enough with bodyguards shadowing her every move. So when a bomb goes off backstage at one of her concerts, she gives in to her urge to flee. In search of the privacy she’s lacked her whole life, Kendra escapes to a remote cabin in Arizona. Little does she know, FBI agent Charlie Whitmore has been assigned to keep her safe and is staying right across the street.

Stranded in severe weather, the two develop a friendship that hovers on the verge of romance—with Charlie frantically trying to keep his personal and work life separate and Kendra enjoying a new-found freedom from her glamorous world. But when law officials discover that there may be a link between a notorious serial killer and Kendra, she has far greater concerns than her independence.

This story starts out with Kendra having to go into hiding because of recent events at one of her concerts. She is afraid someone is after her, but she doesn't want her father have her closed in with all of his body guards. So her grandfather gives her a place to stay where no one will look for her. But little does she know her grandfather also wants her to be safe so he enlists the help of the FBI to watch out for Kendra while she's away hiding. Along comes Charlie, he has to help watch of Kendra but things start to heat up when they both become away of the intense attraction between them. 

Both of them have no idea how serious this stalker actually is, and as the story continues we find out a lot of things about Kendra and Charlie. They have to go through a few trials through out this book, but in the end they make a beautiful couple. I really enjoyed this story, it had lots of suspense, and some romance to go with it. 

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