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KISS OF THE PHANTOM
by Julie Leto

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

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The third chapter in Leto's dynamic supernatural series is a wild chase through exotic locales. The heroine of this story is a treasure hunter with bendable ethics, and the collision of past and present magic ignites both passion and danger, making this a terrific addition to the series. Hang on for the ride!

Aussie treasure hunter
Mariah Hunter beats her ex-lover
Ben Rousseau to a hidden stone that Ben claims is cursed. Mariah takes no notice of the warning but is floored when the stone turns out to contain
the trapped body and spirit of Rafe Forsyth. Like his other brothers, Rafe was trapped in an object by the dark mage Rogan.

Since Mariah owes valuable coins to an unsavory character, she needs
to recover the missing treasure pronto. Rafe can physically manifest at night, so Mariah bargains that she'll help
him break free of his prison, if he helps her pay off her debt. What neither
of them realizes is that a foe of the Forsyth brothers is hot on their trail
as well. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Jun., 336 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: June 2009

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