Kaylee Wilhelm is tired of always being a good, respectful Southern belle. So when the man she loves leaves town after their steamy kiss, she’s done. As a single mother with a demanding singing career, she has no time for pining after her former bodyguard.
Years ago Elliott Alexander disappeared for a year and then came back irrevocably changed. With the FBI still watching, he can’t afford distractions. Especially not sweet kisses from the only woman who gets under his skin.
When she’s targeted by a stalker who seems to know her every move, Eli is the only one who can protect her. He’ll have to stop running from his past and face his demons.
And maybe, just maybe, find his way back home again.
WARNING: This book contains best friends with attitude, blind dates, the reckless use of explosives and a hero that gives new meaning to the term “in the closet”. Did I mention this is a really sexy book? Just saying…
I enjoyed this one a lot more than One More Day. I felt that their reactions and reasoning was more understandable and I found both Kay and Eli engaging – he’s been fighting his feelings for her for months and she’s confused on why. He’s got secrets in his past that cause him to feel unworthy, plus he thinks his … ummm, bedroom preferences … might be more than Kay can take. She’s young and sweet and inexperienced but she loves him and for her that’s enough.
I really enjoyed the mystery in this one. Eli has a security firm that provides protection to high profile people and was on a case with Kay previously (check out He’s the Man for that – you won’t be disappointed in Matt’s story). Now she may be a target again and Eli’s feelings mean that he takes on her case himself, so in between battling his feelings he’s also got to figure out who is targeting her.
All I Need Is You combines a little danger, a little mystery and a lot of heat in one engrossing page-turner.
(I’ve been reading these out of order – Book 3, then the prequel, then Book 1 and now Book 4, somehow missing Book 3 completely – but I haven’t really noticed it being a problem. So if this is your first, then go for it. I think you’ll find it addictive and be looking up those others to add to your TBR pile.)