Title:
Shielding Her Heart
Author: Cheryl Yeko
Series:  Milwaukee
Series  (Last in a 3-book series: Protecting Rose/A Man to Trust/Shielding Her
Heart
)
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Release Date: Jan 8 2014
Edition/Format Available In:
eBook
Blurb/Synopsis:
The woman Rick Smyth desires has shut him out of her life
after being brutally beaten in her own home. But as a new threat arises, Sheila
now turns to him for protection.
This time, not only does he vow to keep her safe, but he’s
determined to win her heart as well.

Tag Line

The woman he desires shut him out of her life after being
attacked in her home. When she’s threatened by a stalker he steps back in to
protect her. Only this time, he’s determined to win her heart.

 

Cheryl Yeko is an award-winning author, and lives in
Wisconsin with her husband Patrick. She loves to read, play piano, and spend
time with family and friends. She enjoys novels with fast-paced action and
steamy romance, protective alpha men and strong heroines. She belongs to
several writing groups, and is a member of Romance Writers of America (RWA), as
well as the Wisconsin Chapter.
Cheryl is also an Acquisitions Editor for Soul Mate
Publishing. As an Editor, she welcomes Romantic Suspense, Paranormal, Sci-Fi,
Contemporary, and Erotica.
Cheryl is thrilled to be able to add author/editor to her
resume and would love to hear comments from readers.
Places to find Cheryl
Places to find Shielding Her Heart

Other Works by Cheryl

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Excerpt:

Sheila gave him an amused look and shrugged as Cassandra tugged her toward the house. Rick watched them make their way back up the stone path, enjoying the sexy sway of her heart-shaped ass under her curve-hugging skirt. The sound of their feminine laughter floated back to him. He was glad to see Sheila relaxed and happy.

When Cassandra opened the door and ushered her inside, Sheila glanced back over her shoulder and met his gaze. The dazzling smile she gave him before the door closed behind her sent his blood thrumming.

The sound of chuckling caught his attention and he turned back to find all three men watching him with matching smirks.

“What?” Rick asked defensively. But he knew what. He had it bad for Sheila. They’d caught him staring after her like some adolescent schoolboy.

Nate chuckled, and J.D. snorted.

Jake arched a brow. “So, what’s up with you and Sheila?”

“Nothing’s up,” Rick said, feeling frustration churning in his gut. He rubbed the back of this neck and shot a glance toward the house. “At least not yet . . . but not for lack of trying on my part.”

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