When no one is who they seem-
Book One of the "Safe Haven" series.
Welcome to the U.S. Defense against Homeland Terrorism. When Caitlin Larue finds herself the victim of a random kidnapping, it falls to a local police detective, Avery Cook, and his ex-partner, Jake Lewis, to unravel the case before the crazed stalker can claim Caitlin permanently. As the danger escalates and the number of secrets rise, so does the desire between Caitlin and one of the men.
One man, three
identities, and no one is who they seem-
Welcome to the underworld of The U.S. Defense against Homeland Terrorism and the Safe Haven team.
Agent Jackson Cook has more than his fair share of problems. With a huge case coming to an end, and a new identity waiting for him around the corner, the last thing he needs is a journalist bent on making a name for herself hanging around.
Autumn Prescott has a lot riding on Jackson, her job being the biggest one. If she can't expose his real identity to the world, she won't have one to go home to. In her fanatic quest for the truth, Autumn doesn't realize until it's too late, what she truly stands to lose is her life.
A program the government will do anything to keep secret, a man who will go to any length to protect the people he loves, and a
woman who could destroy it all, collide in "The Agent".
Everything was different before him. After surviving a kidnapping, Catriona finds her life doesn't fit her any longer. The future she'd been planning was too foreign for her to handle. There's no one who truly understands how the noise of the world is too much now. They want her to move on so they can. Seeking solace and answers, Catriona travels to Scotland hoping to learn more about the man who'd kept her locked away. Instead of the peace she hopes to find, Catriona uncovers a secret that could get her killed.
The Informant is part of Charity Parkerson's "Safe Haven" series, but is a stand-alone book. It's also one of the first books ever written by this award winning author.