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by Evangeline Anderson
     
 

Genre: Shape-shifter Paranormal


"Just what I needed -- a nude, animalistic amnesiac with exhibitionist tendencies. Was this shift ever going to end?" -- Dr. Janine McKinley-Grayson


Dr. Janine McKinley-Grayson has a secret. She is an empath. She's also seriously repressed; her ex convinced her she had no talent for sex. Her life has enough

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Genre: Shape-shifter Paranormal


"Just what I needed -- a nude, animalistic amnesiac with exhibitionist tendencies. Was this shift ever going to end?" -- Dr. Janine McKinley-Grayson


Dr. Janine McKinley-Grayson has a secret. She is an empath. She's also seriously repressed; her ex convinced her she had no talent for sex. Her life has enough low points, thank you very much. The last thing she needs on the night of the full moon is the mysterious "Tall, Dark and Handsome" who's delivered - utterly naked and out cold - to her E.R. But it's going to get worse . . . much worse. Because someone is trying to kill her.


When he awakens in the E.R., roused by Janine's empathic touch, he doesn't remember anything except the name, 'Connor'. But he knows he doesn't trust anyone but Janine to treat him. Something about 'Red' stirs his protective instincts . . . and his animal passions. She may hide behind a facade of professionalism, but he will wake the woman within. If he can protect her from the killer -- and himself.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596320673
Publisher:
Loose Id LLC
Publication date:
01/01/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
182,300
File size:
452 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Marked 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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The underlying conspiracy was just too implausable to suspend disbelief. The tone of the story was serious, but the way the story unfolded I found myself rolling my eyes and snorting a lot. For example, the hero saves the female lead from rapists two nights in a row. It's such a cliche, and it happens TWICE. Add in the evil ex, the shadow government... it's like a bad soap opera. The one redeeming point is the overall message regarding love and foolish pride.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could have really enjoyed this book but the blatantly poor research was off putting. First, who puts a potentially dangerous patient on a pediatric floor? Pediatrics where they keep children. Then after nl MRI and no other trauma patient would have been discharged. EEG? What we think he's having seizures. And really, she never considered who had access to her home, cell and !!! Hospital beeperr? These thoughts were only after the first 177 pages. It just got to hard to continue reading.