Genre: Contemporary Erotica
ISBN: 2940011511455
Original Publication Date: September 11, 2011


U.S. Marshal, Wyatt Tanning is in a race to catch a serial killer who has evaded the authorities. Just as the case hits a dead end, an unexpected email gives him a lead. As much as he wants to share the surprising message with his lover, Rye Daniels, he must hunt a killer first.

Darby Grant never expected that one night would change her life forever, but that’s exactly what happened. Not only has she been abducted, but she is in a situation that nightmares are made of. As she begins to lose all hope, fate steps in to offer her aid, but she’s well aware things will never be the same again. Soon, though, Darby begins to realize that might not be such a bad thing…


“An absolutely MUST-READ for this genre! Stacey Kennedy has written a novella that spoke of determination and the power of friendship and love. A great combination. I loved the fluidity of the writing and story and hope to maybe see these characters again in the future. I can hope, right! Keep them coming Ms. Kennedy!” —Night Owl Reviews – TOP PICK

“Wow, what a super incredible read! I absolutely loved Somewhere In Between. The story not only gives romance, excitement and sizzling chemistry, but it unequivocally delivers in every area of the storyline. Darby, Wyatt and Rye are not only sensitive to the others needs, but they emit emotions that touch upon the audience. Stacy Kennedy pens a tale that is delightfully created and seizes the reader immediately. She has positively left a lasting impression with this reader. The description of the captivating characters really makes the read exceptional in all aspects. This is one friendship that truly last throughout all time.” —The Romance Studio

“OMG this should come with a warning, “read in bed with your favorite toy (breathing or battery operated)” Yup, it was steamy, hot, sizzling, wow mamma. I made the fatal mistake of not taking this one to bed with me. (won’t make that mistake again) But this is not just an all out erotic fling of bed sport. There is a wonderful little story behind it all, a bit of suspense/thriller starts the story out, but never fear she gets to the romance/bed sport quick enough. I loved that she had me guessing who done it and where they would catch the bad guy in the beginning and then sums it up with some hot sizzling scenes that made even me steam up.” —My Eclectic Bookshelf

“Somewhere in Between is a suspenseful romantic story filled with strong characters and passion!” —Sizzling Hot Book Reviews

“So HOT my Nook almost melted! This book is written in a novella-style but gives the reader a solid story by adding suspense and sexy romance. It can be read as a stand-alone but I highly recommend reading the first in the series to get a better understanding of the characters. Somewhere in Between is a smokin’ hot read that is sure to please erotic romance lovers and spark the interest of those new to the ménage genre!” —Romancing the Darkside


Wyatt sprinted up the front porch, hearing the wood crack and groan under his weight. At the front door, he raised his foot and kicked the door open with a crash. Holding his weapon at shoulder height, he placed the flashlight underneath to offer light in the dark space and entered cautiously.

“Spread out,” he ordered.

His team dispersed, each taking a room to search. Wyatt strode forward and kept his gun in his line of vision. He scoped out the living room; if he could even call it such. Old furniture situated around the room sat covered in dust—so much in fact, it itched his nose.

“Clear,” Taryn called out from the kitchen.

He glanced around, looking behind the couch first then searched every place someone might hide. He found nothing. “Clear,” he replied. Each of the deputies issued the same response from upstairs to confirm the house lay empty.

Lowering his gun, he sighed. He’d hoped the lead Madame Eve gave would have brought them to Marcus. Apparently, she’d been wrong, and that not only confused, but irritated him. His hopes had risen only to plummet again.

He spun around to approach Taryn in the kitchen, and a light caught his eye. If he’d come in the daytime he never would’ve seen it, but being pitch black in the room, the light glowed through the dark space. A small hole, maybe the size of a pea, sat at the bottom of the far wall.

Wyatt raised his gun and approached. “I’ve got something here.” At the wall, he squatted and ran his finger over the light. He looked to Taryn when she stepped in next to him. “There’s something behind here.”

He stood, raised his leg and after a few well-placed kicks, his foot went through the wall. He peered through the hole to see a set of stairs, and a wall lined with soundproofing. Turning his gun around, he  used the butt end to bash in the wall.

The loud cracking of wood filled his ears, but the second he stopped, something else registered in the air—a loud scream for help. He jerked his head toward Taryn. “Did you hear that?”

“I heard it.” She pushed on his back. “Go.”