Meeting at Midnight (At Midnight #3)
Seely Jones might have been able to see auras, but when Ben McClain got his first good look at the mysterious woman who saved him from a near-fatal car crash, all he could see was a pair of never-ending legs and soulful eyes. When Seely agreed to move in to Ben's house and nurse his wounds full-time, he wasn't sure if he could withstand the sweet torture of her by his beds...more
It's the story of the eldest McClain sibling Ben, who's been in charge ever since his parents died and recently he lost the idea he had of a family, when his newly discovered son's mother fell for his brother.
On the way back after a business deal he's involved in a bad accident, where he feels as if he is dying, then he sees an angel, who turns o ...more
I enjoy healer stories (I rarely read just plain romance anymore, w/o suspense or SF/F/PN) and Eileen Wilks is a great writer, but these two ... I liked them both, but between Seely's secrets and intention not to stay, and Ben's stubborn charge ahead on HIS course, slow to see any other, I wondered how they'd ever reach their happy ending. Seely has a right to her privacy, but it makes it difficult for Ben to understand h ...more
I love that Wilks has no problems with rueful laughter ...more
The author does a great job of writing a good story that must fit in the confines of a serial romance.