The Silkie's Salvation [NOOK Book]

Overview

Keeley McNamara’s grandfather is dying, and she’ll do almost anything to make his final days happy, even making him think her boss is the man in her life.

But Ciaran Clifton is nobody’s idea of a hero.

A Silkie kicked out by his own kind, Ciaran’s only way back to the sea is to prove he can be nice to humans. As far as he’s concerned Keeley’s annoying and abrasive, but the ...
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The Silkie's Salvation

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Overview

Keeley McNamara’s grandfather is dying, and she’ll do almost anything to make his final days happy, even making him think her boss is the man in her life.

But Ciaran Clifton is nobody’s idea of a hero.

A Silkie kicked out by his own kind, Ciaran’s only way back to the sea is to prove he can be nice to humans. As far as he’s concerned Keeley’s annoying and abrasive, but the best private chef around. So he’s kept his hands off her until the day she nearly drowns. Already attracted to her, his fascination grows, but Ciaran discovers Keeley’s got a few secrets of her own, including the fact she’s not quite human.

The magic she works on him turns the emotional heat to sizzling. It could restore the heritage he destroyed, but separate them forever.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012308207
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
  • Publication date: 4/15/2011
  • Series: Sea Lovers Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 316
  • Sales rank: 928,359
  • File size: 694 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2011

    One sexy summer read!

    The hero is a silkie, a being that can shift between human and seal, and the heroine is part faerie. Ciaran has been banished from his silkie world and forced to live as a human. Keeley is his personal chef. They're both aware of each other, but it takes a kitchen disaster to finally set the match to the flames.

    While there's a strong paranormal element to this book, it is at heart a very sizzling romance between two charactes who are far from perfect. In the case of these two lovers, the whole is greater than the parts. This is a story well worth taking a look at.

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