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Edge of Danger

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  • Posted May 5, 2013

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    Gabriel Edge is a TFLAC operative with special abilities. He nee

    Gabriel Edge is a TFLAC operative with special abilities. He needs Dr. Eden Cahill’s help to stop the enemies who have stolen a top secret robot from the lab where she works. They are soon working together to stop the mad man as well as becoming closer to each other with an unexpected passion. You don’t want to miss the Edge Brothers trilogy in the TFLAC series from Cherry Adair. Definitely a great read for any fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2006

    SLOW STARTER

    I really liked this book, but like another reviewer, found the first half slow and repetitive. The second half was great and I look forward to the other 2 books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2006

    An OK read

    I have mixed feelings on this book. I absolutely love paranormal romances. I started out with Christine Feehan's paranormal romances and have kept reading them ever since. This book was not awful by any means. I found the first half of the book was extremely slow. I put it down a number of times and thought about picking up something else. The obsessive compulsive part of me refused to allow myself to do that. I trudged through the first half. The second half exploded and I was finished with it before I knew it. Secong half was really great. From the moment they figured out who the 'culprit' was, the book was great. Just really slow getting there. I will read the other two in this series and hope that the beginnings of those two were not as slow as this one was. I just found that alot of the first half was unnecessary. No big deal though :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2006

    Diversion to the paranormal

    I'm not quite sure what happened here with this one. This book is way outside Cherry Adair's normal writing style. The book reminds of a grown up version of a Harry Potter book. let's hope the next two edge books coming out are back to her normal TFLAC style.

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