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DANGEROUS TO TOUCH
by Jill Sorenson

Genre: Series, Silhouette Romantic Suspense, Current Series Imprints

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Sidney Morrow has always felt like an outcast due to her psychic visions. When a dog belonging to a murder victim is found at her Pacific Pet Hotel, she goes to the police and is introduced to Lt. Marc Cruz. Sidney is scared and hurt when she finds herself attracted to Marc and realizes he doesn't believe in her abilities. Their attraction causes major problems in the investigation when it crosses over into passion. As the danger escalates, Marc has to come to terms with his feelings once and for all. Jill Sorenson sets up an interesting mystery, but Dangerous to Touch (3) isn't for readers who want lightheartedness in their romance. With a serial killer on the loose, dysfunctional family dynamics and a man who fights his feelings to the last page, it can be draining.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: June 2008

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