After a stalker breaks into her home, internet entrepreneur Bee Langston decides Kelly Connolly is the only man who can help her—but seeking help from the former Marine isn’t easy, especially after she made a spectacular fool of herself trying to kiss the sinfully sexy bodyguard.
When Kelly spots Bee weaving her way through the Houston nightspot where he’s working security, all those feelings he’s desperately tried to deny for his best friend’s sister come flooding to the surface. He’ll do anything to keep her safe, even if means getting up close and personal with the one woman he simply can’t have.
Soon, Bee’s stalker isn’t his only problem. His gambling addict father is tangled in a mess of debts to two of Houston’s toughest loan sharks. With the family gym on the line, there’s only one way for Kelly to make everything right. He agrees to fight for the Albanian mob in an underground bare-knuckle fighting tournament.
But winning the tournament and saving his family’s legacy comes at a high price—one that just might cost Bee her life.
In Kelly's Corner begins when Bee has someone break into her apartment. She's had someone stalking her for a while now, and was kind of afraid to admit it could be a problem. Now, she goes to the only place she has left, to Kelly. He was her brothers best friend, and the man she's been in love with for a very long time, but he doesn't seem to want her. And Kelly avoided Bee for a while, but now the time is past for him to make his move, and help protect her.
This book was very interesting. I enjoyed the plot a whole lot, and the characters were entertaining as well. I just didn't have a connection with the characters though. It was really hard for me to feel much from either of them. I could read what they felt, but I didn't really feel it. Other then that I enjoyed this book for what it was, a nice interesting short read to pass the time with.