Jaq's Harp

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Carina Press, Feb 21, 2011 - Fiction
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In a world of floating islands and bio-engineered beans, the bad guys are taken down by agents of the Mother organization—agents like Jacqueline "Jaq" Robinson. Instead of accepting her next routine assignment, she sets out on a mission of her own—to destroy Giant Corp, the company responsible for her sister's wasting illness. Jaq must steal her cure from Giant's headquarters high above the city...even though she'll be brought face-to-face with Harper English, the man who left her to go deep undercover at Giant.

For Harp, Jaq had been a distraction the mercenary thought he couldn't afford. But once he sees her again, Harp knows he's made a mistake. Even though she vowed he won't have her again, it's clear they still have a powerful attraction. Harp's determined to get a second chance with Jaq—if they can escape Giant Corp and get back to solid ground in one piece...

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As a child, Ella read every book she could get her hands on, which meant most of her dad's science fiction and fantasy collection. There she found a special love of elves, dragons and knights. Now that she's found her own knight in shining armor and happily ever after, she loves to write tales of fantasy, hot enough to scorch the sheets.Before she started writing, Ella was a waitress, a cashier, a receptionist to a U.S. senator, a network admin, a web developer and an all-around card-carrying geek. One day she sat down and wrote that first sentence. She hasn't stopped since. A 2010 PRISM finalist, she's written gothic romance with cursed families, shape-shifters and science fiction. She'd love to hear from readers and can be found at her website, www.elladrake.com, on Twitter as Lori_Ella or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ella.drake.

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