Trespassing all Hallows Eve [NOOK Book]

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On Halloween night, comic book artist Troy Haynes is captured by his imaginary heroine Shield and brought into another dimension to learn how Halloween began. Brighit, his host, caught between two worlds, tells the story of the sacred passageway and her struggles to close what she herself opened, thus starting the Halloween myth. Destined to be the priestess of the Goddess, she accidentally arrives to Earth where an Indian guru will teach her about spirituality, but mostly about love, until tragedy strikes. Too ...
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Trespassing all Hallows Eve

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Overview

On Halloween night, comic book artist Troy Haynes is captured by his imaginary heroine Shield and brought into another dimension to learn how Halloween began. Brighit, his host, caught between two worlds, tells the story of the sacred passageway and her struggles to close what she herself opened, thus starting the Halloween myth. Destined to be the priestess of the Goddess, she accidentally arrives to Earth where an Indian guru will teach her about spirituality, but mostly about love, until tragedy strikes. Too late, Brighit discovers that the creatures known as the undead use her passageway to breach the dimensions--evil trespassers who return to Earth on Halloween night to plunder and wreak havoc. Feeling powerless to stop them, her quest will take her from India to Ireland to Celtic England as she tries to seal the passageway and find true love again.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554871575
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 10/15/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 383 KB

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Instead, he picked her up and laid her on the bed. "You're beautiful," he said huskily, watching her perfect body, which he had been unable to draw properly. His hands ran down her breasts, tempted to stop there once more, but choosing otherwise. Down her flat belly, his fingers hovered on the edge, teasing her with the promise of more pleasure. Then, they dipped inside her wet universe.

Dripping with fluids, his fingers slid on the soft, silky flesh, enjoying the husky moans that escaped her lips. He pushed inside and her flesh wrapped around him, asking for something more. He grinned, but did not give her immediate satisfaction.

Traveling back up, he found the hard throbbing swell. Just one touch and Amber arched her back, starting a sensual dance with her hips that called for more action. But first, she wanted to make things clear.

With a quick move, she tipped him over on his back, pressing down on him. "You're my prisoner," she whispered in his ear.

"Is there a chance I might get my freedom back?" he teased.

"If you follow my instructions, you might."

"I'm all ears."

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