Tempting the Fire

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EXTREME HEAT. EXTREME HUNGER.
A JUNGLE EDEN ABLAZE WITH TEMPTATION.
 
Deep in the Brazilian rain forest, a team of Navy SEALs has been nearly wiped out by something sinister and superhuman, sending shock waves through the Agency for Covert Rare Operatives (ACRO). Now ACRO agents Sela Kahne and Marlena West head to the world?s most unforgiving jungle to find and kill a ...
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Overview

EXTREME HEAT. EXTREME HUNGER.
A JUNGLE EDEN ABLAZE WITH TEMPTATION.
 
Deep in the Brazilian rain forest, a team of Navy SEALs has been nearly wiped out by something sinister and superhuman, sending shock waves through the Agency for Covert Rare Operatives (ACRO). Now ACRO agents Sela Kahne and Marlena West head to the world’s most unforgiving jungle to find and kill a mythical monstrosity with a taste for human blood. But to succeed in their mission, they will need the help of two men, each hiding his own dark secret.

Sela is an expert on cryptozoology with a sideline skill that could prove invaluable: When she makes love to a man, she engulfs his innermost thoughts. Teamed with Marlena, Sela makes contact with the lone SEAL survivor, Chance McCormack. Meanwhile, Logan Mills, the man who rescued Chance, leads his private company on a hunt that has nothing to do with saving lives. Soon, Sela will put her supernatural charms to work on Logan, determined to extract information about the creature they are seeking. But in this sweat-drenched realm of danger and deception, Logan is more than just a passive target. He has the power to lead a highly trained seducer into a jungle without any rules, without any limits—and with no end to the heat.
 

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“Sydney Croft writes the kind of books I love to read!”—Lara Adrian, author of Shades of Midnight
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385342285
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/27/2010
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 642,193
  • Product dimensions: 8.26 (w) x 11.06 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

Sydney Croft is the alter ego of two published authors who came together to blend their very different writing interests into adventurous tales of erotic paranormal fiction. The first three ACRO novels are Riding the Storm, Unleashing the Storm, and Seduced by the Storm.
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  • Posted February 26, 2011

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    Intriguing Series

    Most paranormal series are otherworldly, like vampires, werewolves or other were-animals, demons, etc. I really enjoyed this series because it seemed more believable, more realistic. Many of the main characters were from elite military groups, like the Navy Seals, Army Rangers, etc. They just happened to have "extra" abilities, like shape-changing, the ability to control the weather, being an animal whisperer, etc. The missions these characters go on will entice you to continue reading each book to see what happens next. I truly enjoyed this series, and am looking forward to the next book in the ACRO line.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2012

    Ok

    My least favorite so far. Chance and Marlena's relationship was rushed. Logan and Sela's relationship was a lot more developed. The relationships in these books go from lust to love to fast and the characters aren't very unique.

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  • Posted July 9, 2010

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    A strong tale with a legendary beastly spin

    In the Brazilian rainforest, a force massacres a highly regarded elite Navy SEALs unit. Cryptozoologist experts insist the Chupacabra predator cannot exist in spite of the shocking evidence that they agree speaks otherwise especially with the only survivor Chance McCormack insisting so.

    Agency for Covert Rare Operatives (ACRO) sends field agents Sela Kahne who brings expertise on the mythic logical Chupacabra and Marlena West to investigate. Sela has another skill of being able to read the mind of her partner while they make love. She needs to do so with Chance, but is attracted to the man who saved the SEAL and leads their expedition Logan Mills; at the same time Chance and Marlena pair up. Meanwhile vicious Phoebe of ITOR also wants the Chupacabra.

    The latest ACRO paranormal romantic suspense thriller (see Riding the Storm, Seduced by the Storm and Taming the Fire) is a strong tale with a legendary beastly spin. The lead foursome makes the rumble in the jungle seem genuine as they chase after the Chupacabra; a creature they hope does not exist while also falling in love. Series fans will appreciate the latest confrontation with ITOR over the Chupacabra.

    Harriet Klausner

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