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  • Posted April 18, 2012

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    THE EDGE BROTHERS

    THE EDGE BROTHERS COULDN'T BE ANY HOTTER IF CHERRY SET THEM ON FIRE WHICH SHE KIND OF DOES LATER ON IN THE SERIES. GABRIEL"S STORY IS PRETTY HOT WITH HIM BEING INVISIBLE AND SEDUCING EDEN INTO CLIMAX! HE DOES THIS IN ORDER TO LOWER HER WALLS SO THAT HE CAN GET INTO HER MIND WITHOUT HER KNOWING AND WITHOUT HIM BEING IN DANGER OF TRULY FALLING FOR HIS LIFE MATE! THE EDGE BROTHERS ARE HOT, YOU CAN'T MISS THEM!!!

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  • Posted April 16, 2012

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    Edge of Danger is the first of the Edge brothers trilogy who all

    Edge of Danger is the first of the Edge brothers trilogy who all happen to be TFLAC operatives with special powers. Gabriel Edge is the oldest of the Edge brothers and never plans to marry due to a family curse that was put on his family centuries ago by a witch that his many times great-grandfather was engaged to, but did not marry because he fell in love with someone else. Gabriel is assigned to penetrate the mind of Eden Cahill so they can rebuild an artificial intelligence robot she created that was stolen by a terrorist so they can destroy the stolen robot, but when he tries and is unable to do so the only way he is able to get to her photographic mind is through an intimate encounter when her guard is down enough for him to get the needed info. Can they stop the deadly robot in time and can they break the curse the will cause her death? This book has plenty of danger and passion. Loved this book.

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  • Posted February 23, 2012

    A must read for paranormal romance fans

    I liked this book in the Edge series, having not read a book by Cherry Adair before my sister lent me the first book, I was impressed with her writing style and the way she blended the paranormal with her characters every day life. I just recently reread this the first book, realizing that I never did finish the series. This story came out in 2006 and was one of the first of it's kind. After rereading this book I got sucked into the story again, and the need to know if these brothers were successful in breaking a curse that's been on their family for generation. The three brothers are part of an anti-terrorism operative, T-FLAC’s classified paranormal unit. Gabriel Edge protects the world from the forces of evil using a mysterious telepathic power as ancient as his Scottish heritage. Gabriel's latest mission is to recover and extremely dangerous invention that was stolen from a covert lab in Arizona. Gabriel's only lead is in the memories of a brilliant young scientist who helped to create the device. From Gabriel’s first contact, Eden Cahill leaves an undeniable impression. Gabriel must form a bond with Eden to access her memories, and use his psychic gift, the fastest way to form this bond is through sex. This is where the family curse could really rear up and bite him in the butt.

    If you love paranormal romance I would recommend this series to you they are a fun, interesting, and romantic read.

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  • Posted January 28, 2011

    Edge of Danger!!!

    Wow!!! This is a very good book, it is a quick read. Edge of Danger grabed my attention and I could not put it down! I read more than half the book in one sitting. I think it is a must read and can not wait to get my hands on Edge of Fear!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2006

    Fun summer reading

    When Dr. Eden Cahill assisted with the development of Rex, a revolutionary robot capable of performing monumental, humanly impossible tasks intended to assist in the face of any disaster, she locks away every detail of its production deep in her photographic memory. Rex is capable of much more than has been divulged and when it falls into the wrong hands it appears that the entire country is in danger.***** Gabriel Edge, one of three brothers who are wizards born under an ancient curse, is a T-FLAC operative who needs to get Rex's production information from Eden's locked mind. When an attempt at seducing her while she sleeps fails to produce the mind-opening revelations that Gabriel had hoped for, he teleports an uncooperative Eden from Tempe to his castle in Montana.***** When it becomes evident that Eden may be his lifemate, Gabriel fights his attraction to her, knowing that falling in love with her could prove fatal to her, just as it was his mother. Eden's life appears to be in danger either way, and when attempts are made against her, Gabriel is more determined than ever to protect her as they work together to save the country.***** Cherry Adair has done an excellent job, as always, of writing a hero that any woman would love to have in pursuit, and a heroine who is adorably fresh, while determined to maintain her independence and the professional position that she has worked so hard to attain. Secondary characters are equally charming and while I am anticipating the stories of Gabriel's brothers, Caleb and Duncan, I am just as intrigued by Gabriel's sidekick, Sebastian Tremayne, and hope to read more about him in the future.****** EDGE OF DANGER has just the right mix of intrigue, searing passion, and character intelligence to satisfy lovers of romantic suspense, and the addition of a bit of the paranormal is a wonderful touch from the clever mind of Cherry Adair.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2006

    High Drama!

    Long ago, there was a secret society of wizards whose sole purpose was to protect the innocent from evil at any cost. They were forced to hide themselves. Soon, normal people forgot about wizards and stopped believing in magic. Today, the three Edge brothers (Gabriel, Caleb, and Duncan) carry on the legacy. They are special operatives with the secret paranormal branch of T-FLAC. This is Gabriel's story. ............... Dr. Eden Cahill works in a computer lab within Verdine Industries's main Arizona office. Recently, Eden walked into the lab to find her long time mentor, Dr. Theo Kirchner, dying from gun shot wounds and the prototype of Rx793 'Rex' stolen. As she promised her mentor, Eden destroyed all files and data about Rex. Though Eden let her mentor get credit for just about everything, Eden was the master mind behind Rex's robotic abilities. She had let her curiosity get away with her and ended up with what was supposed to be used as a field medic under military battle conditions. Instead, the madman who took the bot now has a soulless, calculating machine with the capability of doing untold harm to mankind. A bot that looks like an innocent five-year-old boy. ................. Gabriel Edge is the eldest of the brothers. Using his special psi-abilities, he is to knock on Eden's mental door and extract all the needed information about Rex and how to destroy it. However, Eden is somehow blocking him. The only way for Gabriel to get the info is to convince Eden to trust him before an unknown rogue wizard uses the bot he stole to create havoc. At the same time, Gabriel must protect Eden from the wizard. If Eden dies, all hope is lost. ................ ***** OUTSTANDING! This is the first of a trilogy about the Edge brothers. The second story, 'Edge of Fear', will be released in August 2006. The third story, 'Edge of Darkness', will go on sale in September 2006. To make it all more interesting, author Cherry Adair added a special twist that kept me on the edge of my seat (no pun intended). The three brothers are part of a five hundred year old curse. When they find their 'lifemates' they must deny themselves of finding love. If they ignore the curse, the women they love die. Guess who Gabriel's lifemate is. Take my advice: Order out for dinner, unplug your phones, snuggle down somewhere comfortable, and enjoy this tale of high drama! *****

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A strong paranormal romantic suspense

    Gabriel Edge, a T-FLAC paranormal unit agent has made a pact with his two siblings to never seek a lifemate or marry and especially never fall in love. He knows that for five centuries his ancestors have suffered from broken hearts due to Nairne¿s Curse. The three siblings vow to end the curse with their generation.------------------ However in Montana his current assignment frightens him because he never desired a woman as much he wants Dr. Eden Cahill. His partner Sebastian Tremayne wants Gabriel to seduce the scientist so that he can get close to her to read her mind to learn what she knows about the national security case they are investigating in which she is intricately involved. Gabriel is willing to do so from a distance by invading her dreams, but fears if he gets close she will read his mind about how much he claims he¿s not in love. She reciprocates his deepest need, but controls herself as she refuses to reveal what she knows just because her heart, her body and her soul pleads with her to do so.-------------------- EDGE OF DANGER is a strong paranormal romantic suspense. The lead characters are a fine pair as they are falling in love, an emotion neither wants, while ¿battling¿ one another as he needs to know what she hides and she refuses to cooperate. Fans will enjoy the first ¿go to the Edge¿ thriller and look forward to the ¿fear¿ and Darkness¿ takes starring Gabriel¿s concerned siblings that the curse is happening in spite of their efforts to end it.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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