What’s a Secret Service agent to do when another agency claims they want him for his mind? More
Secret Service agent Vaughn Breckenridge works the Treasury side of his agency. He’s just been told that he’s about to be evaluated for additional training. Sumiko Pierce isn’t at all what he’s expecting. She’s testing for psychic abilities for the mysterious and near mythical Division P. Vaughn knows he’s got an exceptional gut instinct, but he doesn’t want to admit that it might be more than that. He doesn’t have a clue what’s about to hit him.
Sumiko Pierce is rebuilding her life after a devastating car accident left with her with serious injuries, some long-term, others healing slowly. It’s hard enough to get around and do her job in a wheelchair--even if it’s only for a while. The last thing she needs is a hard-headed Secret Service agent pushing his way into her life the same way she’s pushing into his head. On the other hand, Vaughn’s really attractive, inside and out. He’s got the abilities. She’s got the skills to teach him how to really start using those gifts. They must each to let down their personal barriers in order to make it work. Will they manage it in time to save her life?
Originally published by Shadowfire Press, and self-published.
Publisher’s Note: The Division P series is primarily GLBT in nature. However, this volume contains non-GLBT relationships.