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“Cherry Adair writes for those of us who love romantic-suspense fast and hot.”
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Overview

“Cherry Adair writes for those of us who love romantic-suspense fast and hot.”
–Jayne Ann Krentz
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“No one does hot romance, ice-cold villains, and nonstop adventure better."
–Mariah Stewart
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780345485229
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/29/2006
  • Series: Edge Trilogy
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 227,014
  • Product dimensions: 6.86 (w) x 4.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

USA Today bestseller Cherry Adair has garnered numerous awards for her innovative action-adventure novels, which include Edge of Danger, Edge of Fear, Hot Ice, On Thin Ice, Out of Sight, In Too Deep, Hide and Seek, and Kiss and Tell. She has also contributed to Red Hot Santa, a thrilling collection of holiday stories. A favorite of reviewers and fans alike, she lives in the Pacific Northwest where she is at work writing the next T-FLAC mission.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2006

    Fantastic! Enough said.

    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 Duncan's story. ................. Serena Campbell is a powerful wizard. Her specialty is with water. Last year she became the wealthy widow of Ian Campbell who owned the Campbell Foundation. Other than being a humanitarian, no one could figure out why a gorgeous woman would marry a man fifty years her senior. Most believed it was for the money, greed being the number one reason. However, in truth, Serena and Ian really did love each other. Ian has two sons, both in their mid-fifties, who want nothing more than to contest Ian's will and get more money than the million left to each of them. Ian, knowing his sons, left the Foundation and the rest of his assets to Serena who is continuing their humanitarian work. In between court times and visiting her godfather, Henry Morgan, in a German hospital, Serena teleports to the Arctic Circle where her team is currently designing and testing a giant 'heating blanket' that would eradicate world hunger! Serena knows that the Russian Mafia, the Red Mantis, and one or two others were in the area, but pay-offs are the norm for that area and Serena pays them all to leave her group alone. Since the Foundation is not interested in oil, there is no problem. But then 'Hot Edge' comes back into her life. ................. Duncan Edge, Trey Culver, and Serena basically grew up together. The three were always competing against each other. Duncan suspects Serena is being unwittingly used by terrorists somehow and her godfather, Henry, keeps sending him mental distress calls to help her. Duncan sends men to find out what she doing and to keep an eye on her, but Serena just sends them back to Duncan...in embarrassing ways. Duncan is forced to deal with Serena personally. But then Duncan, Trey, and Serena find themselves in the Council Chambers. With Henry in a coma, the three will compete in dangerous tests to determine which of them would be granted the position of Head of Wizard Council. .................. ***** The third Edge brother's story has finally arrived and it was worth the wait! All three tales are happening simultaneously. At the end of this one, all three brothers have their stories merge into a climatic ending. Author Cherry Adair writes some of today's best supernatural and romantic stories around. I cannot help but feel pity for anyone who misses this outstanding trilogy. Fantastic! Enough said. *****

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  • Posted May 8, 2013

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    Serena Campbell holds a grudge against Duncan Edge that dates ba

    Serena Campbell holds a grudge against Duncan Edge that dates back to their childhood. Unfortunately, Serena is soon being used by terrorists to carry out a vengeful plot. She and Duncan must work together to fight the enemy before time runs out. The sparks between Serena and Duncan jump off the page and will live you singed. Edge of Darkness is a definite must read and keeper for any Cherry Adair fan.

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  • Posted October 2, 2012

    This is a must read book!

    This is the first book in a triology about three wizard brothers. They work for T-Flac in the paranormal division. The background of the series is the Edge family is cursed. There will be three sons born every generation and their lifemate will each die. When Gabriel meets Eden Cahill and realizes that she is his lifemate, he has some decisions to make. Read the book and see what he decides to do. It’s a good book and I recommend it to everybody.

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  • Posted April 18, 2012

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    DUNCAN'S STORY

    THE OTHER 2 BROTHERS MIGHT HAVE BEEN ON FIRE BC THEY WERE HOT BUT DUNCAN IS LITERALLY ON FIRE! THAT'S HIS POWER AND HE KNOWS HOW TO USE IT, DARK AND BROODY HE OOZES SEX APPEAL. THE LAST BOOK IN THE TRILOGY, IT HAD ME HOPING FOR A LONG LOST BROTHER!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2007

    Good ploy

    The 3 stories from the Edge series are good concepts but the writing is a bit tedious and not very steamy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2006

    Well Done!

    I have loved every one of Cherry Adair's books and the 3 in this series are no different. Go and pick them up, you won't regret it!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2006

    terrific paranormal romantic suspense thriller

    T-FLAC operator Duncan Edge heeds the telepathic message from his mentor Henry Morgan to keep Serena Brightman Campbell safe, but she wants nothing to do with him. Desperate he mentally plucks her out of her shower to his home where she rips his skin for not staying out of her life. He struggles not to salivate in front of her as he sees his long time nemesis naked. Duncan has always desired Serena from their teen days at wizard school, but avoids her for fear she is the one that could bring forth the Nairne Curse that haunts his family as it has for five centuries. However, Duncan, Serena and another long term friend Trey Culver compete in the four Tests to determine who will become the head of the Wizard Council now that Henry lies comatose from a stroke at the same time someone is serial killing wizards. As Duncan and Serena fall in love to his chagrin as he fears for her due to the curse, the competition heats up with more murdered wizards at a time that Trey seems to be gaining strength though he prefers not to believe so. Duncan wonders could his former schoolmate be killing his peers to abscond with their power and if yes can he be stopped? --- The final Edge tale (see EDGE OF DANGER and EDGE OF FEAR) is a terrific paranormal romantic suspense thriller that ties up all the loose ends. Readers will wonder how the Edge siblings will elude the curse as each one has fallen in love ironically the audience knows that Duncan loves Serena long before he does. The story line is action-packed but it is the pairing of the two powerful wizards that make for a fine finale. --- Harriet Klausner

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