Fly on the Wall Sunday: Returning Sheba

Alexandra Dupree never expected her walk to work to turn up three sexy men claiming to be from the future. What’s more baffling is that they assure her she belongs in their time and that they have been sent to bring her back. As a psychologist she recognizes they need help. As the object of their delusional obsession, she’s ready to run for her life. When Sebastian abducts her from an upscale New York street in broad daylight the chase is on. Can a woman who grew up going from one foster home to the next finally find the place where she belongs? Or will three crazy men cost her her life?

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Excerpt:

“I don’t know you,” Alexandra Dupree tried to sidestep the rather large man standing in front of her. He was tall, bronzed, built like a fortress and cute…even if his elevator didn’t go all the way to the top floor. And the two men he had with him…they looked like something out of a military action film. Right now she didn’t care who they were, she just wanted to get away from them. Summer was dwindling; unfortunately the number of crazy people in the world wasn’t dwindling with it.

“I’ve already told you,” he growled. “You’re my mate and I’ve come to take you back.”

She shook her head. “Back to the future?”

“Yes.”
“Look, I’m a doctor and I know a really good hospital we can check you into.” If this were any other situation maybe she would offer to do the therapy herself, but this guy needed more than a psychologist, he needed drugs—and a lot of them—which meant he needed a psychiatrist. She knew just the right place to send him, and his not-so-merry band of crazy men.

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