Phoenix Legacy (Phoenix Institute Series #2)

Phoenix Legacy (Phoenix Institute Series #2)

by Corrina Lawson




A man too dangerous to live. A woman whose survival depends on forgiving him.

The Phoenix Institute, Book 2

Philip Drake is immortal by virtue of a psychic power that heals all but the worst injuries. He's needed every bit of it as a black ops agent, a life so violent that the line between pain and pleasure is tangled up in his head.

When he walks away from the CIA, the last thing he expects is to discover someone stole his DNA to create a race of super-healers. And that the expectant mother is a woman from his past who'd consider it her pleasure to spit on his grave.

One moment, Delilah Sefton is listening to a seriously hot, seriously deranged man giving her some half-baked explanation as to why she's pregnant with no memory of how she got that way. The next, armed men swarm into her bar, and she and Mr. Sexy-Crazy are on the run.

Safety at the Phoenix Institute is only temporary, but it's long enough to put the pieces together. A madman plans to steal her son in a plot to take over the world. And to stop him, she must learn to trust the baby's father-a man she blames for her greatest loss.

Warning: This novel contains fast cars (that are driven), numerous guns (that are shot), a hero who prefers pain over love, and a heroine determined to fight for those she loves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781619215207
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2013
Series: Phoenix Institute Series , #2
Pages: 274
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Corrina Lawson is a writer, mom, geek and superhero. All of these things are true, just not always on the same day.
You can find information about her writing at, read her blog at, find her on Facebook under CorrinaLawson and on Twitter under @CorrinaLawson.

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Phyllis_L More than 1 year ago
Really good. not as fresh as the first novel and spent too much time trying to explain the powers. It didn't flow as well as the first two for me, which isn't to say I didn't read it during all possible moments in my Phoenix Institute glom fest.