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This weeks eBite is:
Dangerous Exposure by Lina Gardiner
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publish Date: Aug 4, 2010
If Angela Grace, reporter for The Postulator, hadn’t seen the gorgeous naked man with her own eyes—and shot some rousing photographs to boot—who would have believed her? Yet, there he stood in all his glory staring up at the full moon in the deep woods of the Colorado foothills. It wasn’t until the tabloid ran the titillating photo on the cover that she found out, Blaze Trent, reclusive millionaire in question, took issue with his privacy being sold to pay Angela’s rent. Worse, the article in her paper not only exposed him, but her wild speculations exposed the vulnerable wards he protected and put her life in unthinkable danger as well. But over night, Blaze changed everything Angela believed in and her world would never be the same again—without him.
(Pages 53) Spicy
Sipping a glass of wine and watching the moon rise above the forest on the opposite side of the lake, a wide ribbon of light spread across the water as if it were stretching itself out to her. She closed her eyes. In some ways, she could understand a full-grown man standing naked under a moon like that.
Unwanted images of his ultra-fit body thrust forward and she couldn’t help smiling at the visual in her head. One sight she’d probably never forget.
“Angela, don’t move a muscle,” Blaze Trent’s voice whispered from directly behind her.
Barely holding back a scream, she froze instantly. How’d he get there without her having heard or seen him? At that moment, she heard rustling in the tall grasses between her and the lake.
She blinked. Was it her imagination or were dark shapes moving toward her from the direction of the water? Suddenly, thankful that she wasn’t alone, she sucked in a quick breath and held it. She didn’t move... Fear rooted her to the spot.
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