Seduced by the Storm

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They met in a steamy Florida bar—then spent a night of mind-bending passion. Two secret agents who each possess unique telekinetic gifts—and whose combined sexual powers leave neither of them unscathed. For ex-Navy SEAL Wyatt Kennedy, assigned by the Agency for Covert Rare Operatives to the most treacherous mission of his career, the woman in black leather and lace has just become more than a one-night stand. Because Faith Black is the sole barrier to the success of his mission—and not even Wyatt’s legendary ...
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Overview

They met in a steamy Florida bar—then spent a night of mind-bending passion. Two secret agents who each possess unique telekinetic gifts—and whose combined sexual powers leave neither of them unscathed. For ex-Navy SEAL Wyatt Kennedy, assigned by the Agency for Covert Rare Operatives to the most treacherous mission of his career, the woman in black leather and lace has just become more than a one-night stand. Because Faith Black is the sole barrier to the success of his mission—and not even Wyatt’s legendary seduction skills can penetrate her deep cover.

Faith’s psychic gifts make her one of the world’s most dangerous women—but she hides a secret pain she shares with no one. Until Wyatt. And Faith has an agenda of her own: using her unique powers to save someone close to her—a move that pits her against a man she thought she’d never see again. For as a deadly hurricane is unleashed across the eastern seaboard, desire reignites between Faith and Wyatt, exposing secrets that thrust them both into harm’s way. With the hurricane sweeping closer—and their erotic hunger for each other growing—these two wary hearts must come together to heal, to trust . . . and to harness the power of a storm that could consume everything in its path.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385340823
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/29/2008
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 360,098
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Sydney Croft is the pseudonym for two other authors who each write under their own names.
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Chapter One

Faith Black had been beaten, drugged and imprisoned, but none of that scared her. No, what frightened her to the core was the man confined with her. Chained to an improvised medieval rack and bare from the waist up, he lay on his back, arms over his head, his incredible chest marred by bruises and a deep laceration that extended from his left pec to his right hip.

He might have been rendered immobile, but he was in no way helpless.

His weapon, far more dangerous than the telekinesis—to her, at least—was his overpowering sexuality, a force that tugged her toward him, made her burn with need despite their grave situation.

Head pounding from a brutal blow to her cheek, she pushed to her feet and padded close, her nudity barely registering. She’d been stripped naked while unconscious, her clothes tossed into one corner of the windowless, steel-walled room. The weak yellow light from the single bulb emphasized the deep amber of Wyatt’s eyes, no longer green, as he settled into the transitional period many telekinetics experienced when their powers flared up. The air in the room stilled, and the chain around his right ankle began to rattle.

“Don’t,” she said quietly.

He shifted his head to look at her as though he hadn’t realized she’d regained consciousness. “Faith.” His voice was rough, as haunted as his gaze. “I didn’t tell him. I swear.”

“Tell who what?”

“Your boyfriend. I didn’t tell him about us. He knew.”

“Sean’s not my boyfriend,” she said, and Wyatt cocked a dark eyebrow like he didn’t believe her. “And I know you didn’t say anything.”

She knew, because she’d been the one to spill the beans that she and Wyatt had been sleeping together.

Wyatt’s head lolled back so he was staring up at the steel beams crisscrossing the ceiling. The corded tendons in his neck strained and tightened as he swallowed. “I’m sorry I got you into this.”

“You didn’t.”

A growl rumbled in his throat. “I seduced you. I shouldn’t have. Not here. Not on the platform, where he could find out.”

She inhaled him into her, the masculine scent that threw her off balance whenever he came near. No, she couldn’t blame him for anything, least of all her out-of-control desire for him. He was here to do a job, just like she was, which meant getting the assignment done by any means necessary.

“I’m not here because Sean is jealous.” Though Sean was, furiously so, but Wyatt didn’t need to know that.

“Then why?”

Dragging her gaze from the strong, ruggedly handsome features of his face, she let her mind focus on a realm of existence most people never saw. Instantly, Wyatt’s aura became visible, a shifting, undulating layer of light around his body. And God, something was wrong, so wrong she nearly gasped.

Wyatt radiated power, so his aura should reflect the same. Instead, it stretched thin around his body like an ill-fitting, secondhand coat, ridden with weak spots and holes, as though he’d suffered repeated supernatural attacks. She could repair the damage, but her efforts would amount to little more than a patch job on his psychic garment. Replenishing his aura, renewing it . . . that only he could do, subconsciously, through healthy living and mental wholeness.

For now, she concentrated on the cut on his chest, worked her power into a psi needle and thread that knit the wound together. The muscles in his abs rippled, carved so deeply that they cast shadows on one another. She knew how they felt beneath her touch, how they flexed when they rubbed against her belly, and she had to clench her hands to keep from reaching for him.

The wound closed in a whisper of sound, and Wyatt sucked in a harsh breath. “Jesus. You’re a fucking agent.”

His eyes glowed amber again, and the chains binding him rattled.

“Please don’t,” she said, letting her psychic fingers slide south on his body. “Let me. Follow my lead.”

He moaned and then grit his teeth against the sensations she sent streaming into his groin.

“I’m going to need you to scream, Wyatt. Scream like I’m killing you.”

His shaft began to swell with each of her virtual caresses deep inside his body, and his eyes flashed green fire. “You are, Faith.” His voice rumbled, dark, dangerous. “I’ve been through the gates of hell and survived, but somehow I think you’re going to be the devil who takes me down.”

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    So good!

    This book is the best so far! It's so good, I don't begin to know how to describe without spoiling anything. Let's just say, there is a whole lot going on here. We learn more about Dev and Oz (you won't be able to predict it at all), Annika and Creed, and of course, about the main couple, Wyatt and Faith. Remy and Haley appear as well. Too many delectable details make this a winner. We also get a bit more info about Marlena, as well as some good one liners about characters I hope will be in future books (I am particularly interested in reading more about Trance -- he sounds like he could be quite the character). This book now joins my favorites. I loved it!

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  • Anonymous

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    Not to be missed

    Just like the rest of these books. I could not put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2012

    Ok

    Wyatt and Faith fell in love way to fast. Was not happy about Oz. I loved him and Devlin. It was so romantic. Even though I'm not in love with this series I want to know what happens to the characters.

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  • Posted September 13, 2009

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    Hmm what to say

    This was a different style of writing then I am used to. The sexual intensity was good, not a lot of romance connection to it, just raw. I little to many sub plots going on for me. The suspense was to short and sweet. All in all it was an okay book.

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

    These girls are amazing.

    This was one of my favorites in the series. I absolutly loved the first one but this one is just as amazing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2008

    a superb espionage thriller

    Estimates are the weather machine can easily destroy half the earth. Thus his superiors at the Agency for Covert Rare Operatives (ACRO) order American operative Wyatt Kennedy to destroy the machine before pandemic destruction is unleashed. At the same, The Aquarius Group (TAG) sends biokinetic agent Englishwoman Faith Black to obtain the weather machine for they have plans for this device.-------------- In a bar, Wyatt and Faith meet and are immensely attracted to one another they enjoy the tryst and though each wants more, both assume th9s is a one night stand. However, they are each concerned when they realize they are after the same target for different handlers with differing objectives. Still they team up with neither fully trusting the other once they gain the machine. In between dodging assassins, they share heated lovemaking with both wondering how their heart will survive the betrayal each expects from the other or themselves.---------------- The third stormy romantic suspense erotic fantasy (see UNLEASHING THE STORM and RIDING THE STORM) is a superb espionage thriller in which two special agents falling in love while seeking the same gizmo but work for opposite camps. The story line is fast-paced, but it is the relationship between the ACRO and TAG agents that make for an entertaining tale work as each battle the hurricane of the century on the United States east coast with an eye on their hearts.------------- Harriet Klausner

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