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The Light Walker
     

The Light Walker

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by Jean Brashear
 

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A scorching tale of suspense, passion and magic from New York Times bestseller and USAToday bestselling author Jean Brashear

Newly-minted detective Jace Carroll's innocuous first case plunges her into a world of shifting realities. At the center of the tangled knot is the mesmerizing and mysterious Dante Sabanne, a wealthy recluse whose proficiency with

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The Light Walker 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
KRS_ More than 1 year ago
The hero and heroine have a multitude of layers that make them real. Jace, the heroine cop, has a background that colors the way she sees the world. Like all of us, when she finds her belief system rocked, she falls back on emotional walls she's constructed all of her life. Ms. Brashear's hero is strong yet vulnerable to the woman who can change his world. SURRENDER is a fascinating, sensual, intriguing read that delves deeply into all aspects of human nature. Ms. Brashear's hotly passionate scenes build on the conflict. SURRENDER'S theme is the struggle between good vs. evil and how one can win over the other. I will definitely read more Jean Brashear books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Has everything. Wish it didn't have to end. Would like to see a sequel. Can you just imagine the possibilities now that their abilties are combined?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jean Brashear has written a story of the battle between good and evil that left me with chills. Here is a book that has it all, a great heroine, a mysterious, sexy hero, and a villain who is pure evil. Add in a little of the supernatural and you are hooked. The characters will draw you into their lives until you feel like you have always known them. I really was sorry to finish it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is so confusing. Too many point of view changes without breaks. I still have no clue who all the characters are by page 100. Not going to waste my time trying to figure it out.