Daring Time

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Penguin, May 5, 2009 - Fiction - 352 pages
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The author of Wicked Burn presents a story of how passion and danger make tempting bedfellows.

He sees her, wants her, needs her-now he has to have her.

Chicago Detective Ryan Daire has many secrets: a love for Shakespeare, an appreciation for all the finer things in life, and an absolute lack of restraint in the bedroom. Now he has an even bigger secret. In every shadow of the sprawling mansion he's recently inherited he can see her-tempting, ethereal, and untouchable. Hope Stillwater inhabited that mansion in 1906. Raw desire has formed a conduit between these two passionate souls who are separated by the barrier of time. Intoxicated by each other's presence, Ryan and Hope come close to crossing that inviting boundary between two worlds. But there is danger: Ryan's job has put him on the trail of a depraved criminal in an investigation that's risking Hope's eternal fate. Now he must do whatever it takes to change history, protect Hope from harm, and set his desires free.
 

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User Review  - rainrunner - LibraryThing

Ryan Daire is a cop who's inherited a mansion...and a ghost. He's drawn to her presence and the more he sees of her, the more he wants her. When he learns of her fate, he becomes determined to fight ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marran - Goodreads

ok so an "erotic" book where the sex scenes actually ruins the book..huh.... *bit of a spoiler ahed so donīt read if you donīt want to* this book has to have one of the weirdes sex scenes ever...(view ... Read full review

Contents

THREE
FIVE
SEVEN
NINE
ELEVEN
THIRTEEN
FIFTEEN
SEVENTEENEIGHTEEN
TWENTYONE
TWENTYTHREE
TWENTYFOUR TWENTYFIVE
TWENTYEIGHT
THIRTY
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Beth Kery loves romance, and the more emotionally laden and sexy the romance the better. She holds a doctorate in the behavioral sciences and finds the internal world of human beings to be a constant source of fascination.

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