And Lady Makes Three

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Ellora's Cave Publishing, Incorporated, 2006 - Fiction - 266 pages
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Book 3 in the Torrid Love series. Emily Rothmeier loves a good mystery. One involving a sexy man is even better. But when sex crimes against older women start terrorizing the college campus, turning private investigator might be biting off more than she can chew. After an evening class, Emily witnesses something she doesn't understand. A cry in the dark. A mysterious figure racing from the scene. The front page of the paper announcing a murder. Things don't add up. Distracted by the watchful gaze of a man who seems to be wherever she is, she isn't sure whom to trust. Private investigator Rafe Healy, is hot on the trail. Leads are falling into place. He's going to get his man. But when Emily, who fits the killer's target group in more ways than one, tries playing mystery solver, he knows she's thrown herself into the line of fire. Not to mention, her gutsy and determined attitude is getting to him as badly as her tempting body is. Keeping Emily safe and in line, fighting to stay one step ahead of a serial killer and keep his wits about him, will prove to be the biggest challenge of Rafe's life.

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About the author (2006)

Anya Bast is a multi-published erotic fantasy & paranormal romance author. Primarily, she writes happily-ever-afters with lots of steamy sex. She enjoys the study of Celtic myth, dreaming, and shamanism and incorporates what she learns into her paranormal stories. Anya got her start writing fantasy romance. Since writing a little hotter seemed to come naturally to her, she had no trouble making the move to erotic romance. She loves writing books that are heavy on plot, emotion and character development, and also have spicy, no-holds-barred sex scenes. Exploring the elements of dark sexual fantasy in her writing is what Anya does best. She lives in the country with her husband. They share their lives with eight cats and one perplexed dog.

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