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TSUNAMI BLUE
by Gayle Ann Williams

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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This original romance starts quietly enough, like a calm blue ocean, and gradually builds until you're holding on for dear life, hit with page after page of creative, taut action. You'll be left grinning, grateful for the ride, thanks to original characters, a fantastic story and action that will keep you up late, turning pages. Can't wait to see what Williams has in store next!

The Earth is forever changed by tsunamis, caused by underwater nuclear testing, and only one woman, Tsunami Blue, can predict the coming waves. Alone on an island with her dog and a shortwave radio, she broadcasts her warning messages. When a man named Gabriel washes up ashore, he bears the markings of a runner, pirates Tsunami's been hiding from for years. Despite her intuitive desire to trust Gabriel, she can't let her guard down.

Gabriel has been posing as a runner and doing his best to lead them away from Tsunami Blue for years, but now they're hot on her trail. Together they can save the world, but the runners are a clever, ruthless bunch, and saving the woman he's loved from afar may prove impossible. (LEISURE, Mar., 304 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: LEISURE

Published: March 2010

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