By Jayne Ann Krentz
Molly Abberwick, trustee of her father's starting place and proprietor of Seattle's Abberwick Tea & Spice corporation, has each purpose of firing her new advisor. precise, he's significant, horny, and engaging, yet he's additionally smug, over-bearing and very unlikely. Dr. Harry Stratton Trevelyan has his personal plans. To Molly's surprise, he proposes a no-strings hooked up affair. Molly can't think that he thinks there's such a factor as an easy, no-commitment courting. yet there's this unusual allure among them... seems Harry Trevelyan has a mystery part. It consists of paranormal premonitions and his kin of composed of carnival illusionists, daredevils and psychics. ahead of Harry and Molly can give you the chance to beat their own concerns, violence and a mysterious stalker crash into their lives. Now those mis-matched humans should have the opportunity to interact to survive.
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