Winter Solstice (Google eBook)

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Samhain Publishing, Dec 18, 2009 - Fiction - 64 pages
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Love with a beautiful stranger isn’t so strange—if you believe in destiny.

Celestial Seductions, Book 1

Clinical psychologist Destiny Walker considers herself far too logical for any of that “soul mate” nonsense. Even if her beloved, dearly departed Nana insisted she was going to meet hers someday. When a sudden downpour sends her ducking into a psychic reader’s storefront—and the woman confirms everything her grandmother said—doubt begins to sneak into the corners of her mind.

A chance meeting—more like a collision—with Superman look-alike Reece Kellan sets off a sexual chemistry reaction the likes of which she’s never felt. She isn’t prone to falling into bed with strangers, but he does things to her body that leave her breathless…and unsure where her pleasure ends and his begins.

And that’s the part that scares the hell out of her…

This book has been previously published and has been revised and expanded from its original release.

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User Review  - writerbeverly - LibraryThing

Very fun, very fast (about 43 pages), very HOT read. There's not much of a nod to Winter Solstice or any of its rituals, but Destiny is a likable heroine, even in her Prada boots. The author works in ... Read full review

Review: Winter Solstice (Celestial Seductions #1)

User Review  - Beverly Diehl - Goodreads

Very fun, very fast (about 43 pages), very HOT read. There's not much of a nod to Winter Solstice or any of its rituals, but Destiny is a likable heroine, even in her Prada boots. The author works in ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Eden Bradley is the award-winning author of numerous novels and novellas, both in print and electronic format, and her work has appeared in several erotic anthologies. Eden appears regularly on Playboy Radio and conducts workshops on the writing craft and writing about sex. A psychology major, she's fascinated with how the human mind responds to intimacy, especially when sex and romance collide. Eden lives in Hollywood. You can visit her at www.EdenBradley.com.

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