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Hot and Dangerous (Decorah Security Series, Book #6)
     

Hot and Dangerous (Decorah Security Series, Book #6)

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by Rebecca York
 
From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author Rebecca York

What's more dangerous--terrorists or a hot and sexy werewolf?

Jenna is on vacation, hoping for some romance. Zack is a werewolf, trying to outrun his destiny. When they flee from a terrorist attack on their island resort, they end up in each other's arms. What happens when she

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From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author Rebecca York

What's more dangerous--terrorists or a hot and sexy werewolf?

Jenna is on vacation, hoping for some romance. Zack is a werewolf, trying to outrun his destiny. When they flee from a terrorist attack on their island resort, they end up in each other's arms. What happens when she discovers her lover is more than a man?

EXCERPT:

Jenna and Zack have made it to the jungle, where they are temporarily safe.

He turned her toward him, and felt a wave of hot sensations he'd never experienced before, as he pulled her into his arms.

A few hours ago he might have told himself that the desperate circumstances were jolting up his emotions--his awareness. Now he knew he would have been lying to himself. It was the woman he held in his arms who was affecting him so profoundly.

With a low rumble in his chest, he pulled her more tightly into his arms, crushing her breasts against his chest, suddenly overwhelmed by lust. Or maybe need was a more polite word.

What he called it didn't matter. Not when he craved this woman in ways that he'd never even imagined.

She raised her head and stared at him, and he saw the same intense heat he was feeling-mixed with confusion. She didn't know why she was feeling this way, and he wasn't going to tell her. Not yet.

She moistened her lips before starting to say, "I don't . . ."

"Make love with a guy you just met?" he finished for her.

"Yes." But she stayed where she was, her breath rapid and her eyes large and luminous in the jungle gloom. The scent of her was intoxicating. She was aroused, ready to make love with him.

Her response to him was impossible to ignore. Unable to stop himself, he lowered his mouth to hers. The contact sent a bolt of sensation crackling between them like heat lightning.

**More stories in Rebecca York's Decorah Security series:

#1 On Edge - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella - introduces the founder of Decorah Security Agency
#2 Dark Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#3 Chained - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#4 Ambushed - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#5 Dark Powers - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#6 Hot and Dangerous - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#7 At Risk - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#8 Christmas Captive - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#9 Destination Wedding - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#10 Rx Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#11 Hunting Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#12 Terror Mansion - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#13 Outlaw Justice - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#14 Found Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#15 Preying Game - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel

**The Decorah Security Collection includes Chained, Dark Powers, Hot and Dangerous,
and Ambushed.

**For more sexy, action-packed thrillers from Rebecca York, check out the
science-fiction romance stories in her Off-World series:

#1 - Hero's Welcome - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#2 - Nightfall - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#3 - Conquest - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#4 - Assignment Danger - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#5 - Christmas Home - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#6 - Firelight Confession - Sexy science-fiction romance novella

**The Off World Collection includes Hero's Welcome, Conquest, and Nightfall.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940150171602
Publisher:
Light Street Press
Publication date:
12/22/2014
Series:
Decorah Security , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
169,446
File size:
426 KB

Meet the Author

A New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York is one of fewer than 20 romance novelists ever to receive the Romance Writers of America Centennial Award for having written over 100 romance novels. Her career has focused on romantic suspense, often with paranormal elements.

Her 16 Berkley novels and novellas include her nine-book werewolf “Moon” series. KILLING MOON was a launch book for the Berkley Sensation imprint. She has written 75 books for Harlequin, many in her popular 43 Light Street series for Harlequin Intrigue. Her recent releases include BETRAYED for Sourcebooks Casablanca and DIAGNOSIS: ATTRACTION for Harlequin Intrigue, A PRIVATE AFFAIR, will be published by Sourcebooks Casablanca in January 2015.

Rebecca has written for Harlequin, Berkley, Dell, Tor, Carina Press, and Pageant Books.

As Ruth Glick, Rebecca has also published sixteen cookbooks, the most recent of which is THE 2 DAY A WEEK DIET COOKBOOK.

Her many awards include two Rita finalist books. She has two Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times: for Series Romantic Suspense and for Series Romantic Mystery. And her Peregrine Connection series won a Lifetime Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense Series.

Many of her novels have been nominated for or won RT Reviewers Choice awards. In addition, she has won a Prism Award, several New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf awards and numerous other chapter awards.

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Hot and Dangerous (Decorah Security Series, Book #6) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Needed to be longer though.....love ms. York's stories and yet i like heroines who are not too experienced sexually as though they have relationships that are good just for short-term dating. That is demeaning and it cheapens the act itself as well as the heroine.