Phoenix Eemin isn’t a galactic traveler. In fact, as a confirmed “null,” she’s never been off planet. When her father goes missing, though, she’ll stop at nothing to find him – even if it means traveling to the outer reaches of the universe disguised as an empathic High Priestess to solicit the help of a bounty hunter.
Adrian Sun will do anything to save the man who’s like a father to him but time is of the essence and he can’t keep stopping to rescue his friend’s head-strong daughter who seems to have a penchant for finding trouble. He could take her with him, but is it wise to take her on such a dangerous mission? And can he afford to be distracted by a woman he finds so irresistible?
Combining forces may be their only hope when they learn Phoenix’s father has been kidnapped and the trail leads to Adrian’s home planet. Once there, he must strive to keep his past buried along with the secrets that, if revealed, will make Phoenix hate him forever.
Adrian may seem hard and cold to some but Phoenix is seeing another side of him; one that makes her pulse race and her body yearn for his touch. Saving her father may not be the only challenge she faces because Adrian’s made it clear his heart is off-limits. Fortunately, Phoenix is discovering that she has more capacity for feeling than she ever thought possible and Adrian needs her more than he knows
|Publisher:||Robin T. Popp|
|File size:||635 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling author Robin T. Popp has built a reputation of delivering highly sensual, action-packed reads. Three-time RT Bookclub Reviewers’ Choice finalist, she is best known for Too Close to the Sun and her Night Slayer series (Out of the Night, Seduced by the Night, Tempted by the Night, and Lord of the Night) but she also contributed to the Immortals series (The Darkening, The Haunting and Beyond the Mist (part of The Reckoning)). Weaned on Star Trek and science fiction stories, she's now exploring "strange new worlds" of her own creation --a trip she has thoroughly enjoyed. Read more about Robin's books at www.robintpopp.com