Riding the Storm

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 28, 2007 - Fiction
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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Sydney Croft's Taken by Fire.

A storm’s rage. A woman’s desire.

A man with the power to set them both free.

He can summon lightning at will. Emerge unscathed from the center of a tornado. Strip a woman down to her barest defenses through the sheer force of his sexuality. He’ s gorgeous, dangerous, and the target of parameteorologist Haley Holmes’s latest mission. Haley has been dispatched to the Louisiana bayous to investigate the phenomenon known as Remy Begnaud–a man with a gift he never wanted: the ability to control a storm’s fury. But even a woman trained in bizarre weather phenomena has no defense against the electrifying power of the ex—Navy SEAL...a power his enemies would kill to control.

With her agency monitoring their every move, Haley’s job is to seduce Remy, gain his trust–and help him harness his extraordinary gift. But who will protect her from this voracious lover who’s introducing her to a new world of erotic thrills—a man who grows increasingly insatiable with each new weather event? Haley knows a big storm is approaching—and with it will come unexpected delights. But so, too, will the storm unleash her greatest fears: an enemy bent on destroying Remy. And her worst fear of all—falling in love with this magnificent man, then having to betray him.

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User Review  - jafmueller - Borders

First book I read of Sydney Croft... Very, very good. I love ghost stories to begin with and this added with a little erotic romance is more than a Beverly Barton fan could hope for all wrapped up in ... Read full review

Review: Riding the Storm (ACRO #1)

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Remy and Creed thats all I have to say, these two names are reason enough to read this series lol. The first book in the ACRO series and I have to say I'm glad that I'm reading it. Since I'm a big ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Sydney Croft is the pseudonym for two other authors who each write under their own names. This is their first novel together.

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