Tuesday’s Author Feature with Cora Kenborn.

Your Angel, Me by Cora Kenborn
What do you do when your dream job becomes a nightmare?
When sassy, but disillusioned, entertainment writer, Phoebe moved to NYC from the south, she never dreamed that being coerced into ghostwriting larger than life rocker, Julian’s autobiography would make her the target of a deranged stalker. Everyone has skeletons in their closet, but rock stars also have obsessive fans. When Phoebe and Julian start to fall for each other, their public romance risks both their lives as obsession is unleashed.
Phoebe Ryan has a dark past she refuses to share, but the scars she bears tell the story without her permission. They reminded her of terrifying moments spent with the monster that haunts her. Ability to trust destroyed, Phoebe tries to maintain focus on her dream of becoming an author, despite the attraction she feels for the sexy rocker, and the baggage that comes with him.
Julian Bale’s heart was broken one drunken night, and it almost ruined him. Weighted down by guilt, he blames himself for an accident he could’ve prevented. Julian will play the game, but swears his hot little ghostwriter will never get that story out of him. As much as he wants her, if he has to choose between his dream and hers, it’s no contest.
After futile bouts of resistance, they give into a forbidden attraction too strong to ignore. Now the secret’s out and it’s made them both targets. A psychotic stalker is determined to have Julian for herself, even if she has to unleash the skeletons of their pasts and eliminate obstacles to do it…including Phoebe. On the brink of stardom, two careers are on the line, and the stakes are high.
Can Phoebe and Julian overcome the past and fight for what’s theirs—or in the end, is the price of fame their own survival?
Email: cora@corakenborn.com

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