Breaking Waves

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Samhain Publishing, Limited, 2011 - Fiction - 274 pages
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Two steamy stories to sweep you away on a fast-moving current of passion.   Tidal Wave Alexia returns to Jaffrey's Cove to discover the special getaway of her youth is even more magical than she remembers--and more erotic. She's surrounded by golden boys of summers past, her body filled with longings she can't explain.   Joshua and Anthony are merfolk, and Alexia holds a medallion that marks her as the next leader of their people. She needs both of them working in tandem to rouse her passion high enough to shift--and protect her from those who would use her simply to gain power.   Whirlpool Two things prevent Braden from claiming Chelsea for his own. No way will the Jaffrey's Cove sheriff stand in the way of her dreams. And no way will he share her with another merfolk lover.   With her future plans in shambles, Braden's the only bright spot left in Chelsea's life--except he holds her at arm's length and keeps other men away. Solution? A sensual flirtation with Jamie Powell, a visiting marine archeologist. Suddenly there's more than merfolk secrets at stake.   Warning: Contains a conniving granny, mysterious Spanish lovers, naked men in the surf, intense sexual attraction and shifters who take fun in the water to new depths. Dive in at your own risk.

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Vivian Arend has hiked, biked, skied and paddled her way around most of North America and parts of Europe. Throughout all the wandering, stories have been planted and they are bursting out in vivid colour. Paranormal, twisted fairytales, red-hot contemporaries--the genres are eclectic. Between times of living with no running water, she homeschools her teenaged children and tries to keep up with her husband--the instigator of most of the wilderness adventures. She loves to hear from readers: You can also drop by for more information on what's up next. Breaking Waves is her third print title.

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