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by Selena Kitt
Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance/Suspense/Thriller
Description: Alone and on the run, Ginny is desperate to stay one step ahead of danger while still trying to protect her sister and her sister's boys. Forced from her home and holding the key to a horrible secret, Ginny is haunted by her memories and pursued by a man who will stop at nothing to regain his control over her. The appearance of a mysterious man in her time of greatest need forces Ginny to decide whether she will take the chance to trust this handsome stranger.
eBook Publisher: Excessica Publishing,
eBookwise Release Date: December 2010
4 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [106 KB]
Reading time: 57-79 min.
"Christmas Stalking piqued my interest from the first paragraph. It was an outstanding action packed, heart touching story of how Ginny finds her true love?Selena Kitt did an extraordinary job on Christmas Stalking. I loved this story and cannot wait to read more from her. This would be a story that I would read repeatedly and strongly urge other people to read it as well." -Violet, Whipped Cream Reviews, 5/5 CHERRIES
"Christmas Stalking is a very powerful story. Ginny is a strong woman who has nearly been beaten down by life. She has every reason not to trust, but she places her trust in Nick and shares her body with him. Nick is the white knight every young girl dreams of?Selena Kitt does a remarkable job with such a sensitive subject." - Two Lips Reviews, 4/5 KISSES
"Ms Kitt actually makes you feel for these characters. I had to keep reading because I wanted to see Ginny get her happily ever after. I wanted to see that Christmas Miracle. Ms Kitt is very talented author..." -Nanny, Getting Naughty Between the Stacks
"This is a very sweet story of a strong and determined woman and the man who helps her... I really enjoyed this story of a new start and new love at Christmas." Maura F., The Romance Studio
"Christmas Stalking is a yummy, sit down and read in one delicious serving... This is a fast-paced, don't want to put it down, novella. It is perfect for those car trips to go see your in-laws or to kill time while your honey tries to put the bikes together for Christmas. Nick is exactly what I asked Santa for and Ginny will want to make you give her a big hug and invite her for dinner!"-Jillian S., PNR Reviews
A police siren howled in the early morning haze and Ginny woke with a start, stifling a scream and cowering in the cold, dark vestibule. She drew a shaky breath, the images of her dream lingering. She found it difficult to differentiate between memory and imagination--everything seemed like a threat. Pulling her coat around her, she sought warmth and comfort and found neither. Instead, her mind flooded with the memory of his bruising grip, the push and pull that would inevitably lead to more pain.
This was the only place she felt even remotely safe. No one ever returned movies after midnight--that was a gamble Ginny was sure would pay off, and she'd been right so far. The video store's little cubbyhole was dark and, though it wasn't heated, it was at least twenty degrees warmer than outside. Best of all, it was great protection from the wind.
It was the perfect place to curl up and sleep, tucked into the corner in the vestibule between the two doors. The glassed-in area served as the perfect nook, a six by six square of warmth and safety that the store couldn't lock because, to return movies, customers had to access the flip-top slot located inside the little foyer. Luckily for Ginny, the "Return Movies Here" bin never saw any action until people were on their way to work in the morning, and by then she was up and looking for breakfast.
If it were a big chain store like Blockbuster, she would've been worried about security cameras or even guards patrolling. This, though, was just a little mom-and-pop operation, a family video store where the kids' movies were always free and they gave away popcorn with every rental.
She always set her watch alarm and forced herself to make it out the door while it was still dark and she could slip behind the strip mall unnoticed. The world was a different place at five in the morning. It was something she had never known on those school days before her older sister, Maggie, had left them. After that, it was just Ginny and their stepfather, Patrick, alone together in a very small space.
Ginny had never known how still and empty it was at five in the morning. Each eerily haloed streetlight became both a beacon and an announcement. She found herself stepping around the orange-tinged circles, as if crossing that barrier would set off an ominous warning, some universal alarm.