Psychiatrist Dr. Tonya Preston lives a life of cool detachment, often sacrificing her personal needs to appease her opinionated father. She often finds it easier to deal with patients than confront her family or her own issues. When her path dramatically crosses that of irrepressible rookie police officer Haley Jordan, she’s thrown out of her comfort zone. Things have come easy for Haley, who has a drama-free life filled with love and friends that Tonya finds as alluring as the irreverent woman behind the badge. An attraction simmers between them, drawing them to each other. But will it be enough when work, family and a confronting police case starts to tear at their fledgling relationship?
Another great read. This stand alone book is the third in K D's "Cops and Docs" series. Unlike the first and second books where the stories are set with the same characters and locations, this book introduces the read to a new cast of characters set in New Orleans. Great page turner. The story is well crafted because I could hardly wait to see what was happening next. Entwined within the story the writer also deals with racism without allowing it to take over the story. Needless to say I'm eagerly waiting for the next book by KD. The writing just keeps getting better.