The Panic #1
In Pull Me Close (The Panic #1) by Sidney Halston, a harrowing experience in her past has left Katherine Wilson struggling with all sorts of phobias. She'd rather be holed up in her apartment than out amongst crowds, but there's no way she can miss her sister's engagement party at a nightclub called Panic. No matter how much she wishes she could. Unfortunately, the experience is all too much for her and she finds herself passing out from a panic attack. Can she convince club owner, Nick Mereno, that her reasons for fainting are not what he thinks it is from?
When Katherine Wilson passes out in the arms of the hottest man she’s ever seen, it’s not because of the lights, the pulsating music, or the crowded dance floor. It’s because she can’t enjoy a night out like a normal person, not with her debilitating anxieties. These panic attacks are going to destroy her life unless she takes control—or gets a helping hand. So after the club’s bad-boy owner personally escorts her home, Katherine feels something urgent and primal awaken inside of her.
After working hard as an attorney, Sidney picked up a pen for the first time at thirty years old to begin her dream of writing. Having never written anything other than very exciting legal briefs, she found an outlet for her imaginative, romantic side and wrote Seeing Red. That first pen stroke sealed the deal, and she fell in love with writing. Sidney lives in South Florida with her husband and children. She loves her family above all else, and reading follows a close second. When she's not writing, you can find her reading and reading and reading. She's a reader first and a writer second. When she's not writing or reading, her life is complete and utter chaos, trying to balance family life with work and writing (and reading). But she wouldn't have it any other way.