Shadow Watch (Google eBook)

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Silhouette, May 1, 2006 - Fiction - 256 pages
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From the moment Dr. Victoria Sommer laid eyes on sexy Navajo medicine man Ben Wauneka, her dreams filled with images of Ben protecting her, holding her--making love to her. But Tory had a lot to learn about Ben's world, and with an eerie enemy stalking her, she had to learn fast.

Evil shape-shifters Ben had sworn to destroy had targeted Tory. And while she had captivated him, he couldn't forget the vow of celibacy he'd made to protect his people, nor the secret he had to hide as long as he could. With their beliefs clashing and desire rising to fever pitch, Ben had to choose between duty and the woman he was forbidden to love.

  

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Umm, Harlequin. Okay tale that was well-researched. Not for me. =) Read full review

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Contents

Dedication Page
5
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
21
Chapter Three
33
Chapter Four
46
Chapter Five
59
Chapter Six
73
Chapter Seven
88
Chapter Twelve
153
Chapter Thirteen
167
Chapter Fourteen
180
Chapter Fifteen
193
Chapter Sixteen
206
Chapter Seventeen
221
Chapter Eighteen
235
Epilogue
249

Chapter Eight
100
Chapter Nine
113
Chapter Ten
128
Chapter Eleven
140
Copyright Page
252
About the Author
253
Coming Next Month
255
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Linda is grateful to be living her lifelong dream of sharing the passionate stories and sensual characters that have been written in her heart for so long.

Born in Brazil to a commercial pilot and his wife, Linda was raised in Florida. She says, "One of my earliest memories is of being taken to the library and allowed to choose my own books to read. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is still one of my favorites."

After marrying her dream-come-true hero, Linda and her husband became vagabonds, moving to seven states in seven years. When they arrived in the Rio Grande Valley, they fell in love with Texas and stayed for 17 years. There they raised a daughter, and Linda built her business as a stockbroker and certified financial planner.

When her widowed mother suffered a disabling stroke, Linda and her husband moved to southern California so she could become her mother's caretaker. "During the last year of my mother's life, we had the opportunity to share many stories and some of the books of her heart. She begged me to go back to my dreams, to tell the stories buried inside me," Linda remembers.

Sam, her Siamese-mix cat, along with Linda and her husband, recently moved back to south Florida to the place where they first met. When she's not writing or playing with Sam, Linda enjoys growing roses, reading, and driving her little sports car in the sunshine.

Most importantly, Linda loves learning about and living with true passion.

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