Marly is a petite woman at just five feet tall in her stocking feet. She has the honor of playing her harp for the gathering of wealthy party goers. It’s a great gig but Marly broke up with her boyfriend the night before the party and her distraction is obvious in the mistakes she’s making in songs that she knows by heart.
The party that Bull thinks is going to be nothing more than a cakewalk babysitting assignment becomes far more serious when he learns that there is a bomb inside in the building. His job is to now figure out who the terrorist is and everyone within the building has been checked - except the harpist. Could the pretty little woman he’s had his eye on all evening possibly be a terrorist?
I have to confess that I’ve fallen in love with Bull. I just adore that he’s so sensitive and at the same time extremely masculine. There’s a protective nature to him that really gets to me. Marly is shorter than the women Bull is used to dating but her honesty, bravery and affection for him makes her exactly the kind of woman he needs. BULL is a wonderful addition to the Task Force Zeta story lineup.