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WILD CARD
by Lora Leigh

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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The heat of anger and love collide as the protagonists in Leigh's newest Elite Ops thriller fight both each other and the past. Leigh never skimps on the sensuality, but the dark passion and chilling obsession demonstrated by this hero make the heroine's fairly quick acceptance of circumstances a tad unrealistic. Ferocious passion indeed!

Navy SEAL Nathan Malone and his wife, Sabella, had bonds only death could break. When Nathan
is reported killed, Sabella never
stops grieving. Having been captured, drugged and tortured, the man known as Nathan was shattered. What was built from the wreckage is a deadly new agent named Noah Blake. For six years Noah has refused to return to Sabella; however, when a dangerous militia targets her, he has no choice.

Sabella still mourns her lost husband, but for the first time she finds both her temper and her hormones elevated by a new man. Noah's arrogance is maddening, but she can't deny the attraction ... what is it about him that entices her? With danger drawing closer, she will have to place her trust in the mysterious stranger. (ST. MARTIN'S, Sep., 418 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: St. Martin's

Published: September 2008

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