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Midnight Hearts

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Are Perry and Ethan bound by love or a spirit's ageless desire? Returning to the Pennsylvania home she has inherited, Perry Madison is faced with an attic full of childhood memories and the forgotten lure of the cave behind the falls. Soon Perry is possessed both body and soul by the spirit who dwells in the water-filled darkness--until the arrival of Ethan Taylor, a man most definitely of flesh and blood. When Perry fears the spirit is manipulating the two of them in order to relive former delights, she and ...
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Overview

Are Perry and Ethan bound by love or a spirit's ageless desire? Returning to the Pennsylvania home she has inherited, Perry Madison is faced with an attic full of childhood memories and the forgotten lure of the cave behind the falls. Soon Perry is possessed both body and soul by the spirit who dwells in the water-filled darkness--until the arrival of Ethan Taylor, a man most definitely of flesh and blood. When Perry fears the spirit is manipulating the two of them in order to relive former delights, she and Ethan race to unearth the shrouded secrets of the past and discover that what the spirit truly desires has nothing to do with passion. (Sexually explicit)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781497510623
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/12/2014
  • Pages: 338
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Moving toward the fall of water, he stood facing the creek he could not see outside. It was from that direction that she would come to him, wading through water more than waist deep, her hair long and wet and unbound, clinging to her shoulders, her back, the curve of her breasts. Closing his eyes he took a step closer to the falls. Often she left her garments in the woods, safely hidden, so that her clothing would remain dry and questions would be averted. He liked best when she veered from that course of good sense and came to him in her shift with its multitude of tiny buttons, the fabric soaked and diaphanous, guarding from his gaze just barely the places of her body he had explored in intimate detail. One by one, fingers stumbling with cold and lust, he would unfasten those buttons, exposing the flesh he adored, feel her tremble in anticipation, hear the quickening of her breath, the tiny sounds low in her throat...

Summoning the return of courage that failed him in these moments, he pushed his way through the tumbling, gilded water onto the ledge beyond. The moon rode high in the sky, round and white, limning the landscape before him with the gentle strokes of spread bristles on stained canvas. He tipped his head on his neck, closing his eyes again. He called her name, sending the pair of syllables out into the woods, into the night, into the days, the months, the years that had lapsed between.

And when he opened his eyes, she was there.

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