Death Cache (A Romance on The Edge Novel)
- Sales Rank:84,250
- Format:Kindle eBook
- Language:English (Published)
- Media:Kindle Edition
- Publication Date:November 26, 2013
Loving her is murder.
She shouldn't have played...
Gallery owner Tern Maiski has always had a way with men, but the one she gave her heart to disappeared without a word. Now he's competing alongside her and four others in a high-tech treasure hunt, and her pride isn't the only thing on the line. So is her life.
He doesn't play by the rules...
Geophysicist Gage Fallon's relationship with Tern has been cataclysmic from the beginning. He cared too much, too fast and their passion threatened to consume him. Now he's back on firmer ground and competing in a game that will risk more than his heart.
Once their group is dropped off in a remote area near the Arctic Circle, it quickly becomes clear that instead of hunting for treasure, they're the ones being hunted. And the killer is dead serious about caching them in.
A Peek Inside:
Before she could protest, his lips seared hers. Heat erupted between them and flushed her body with enough warmth to melt the glacier they stood precariously on.
Oh God, she'd missed him.
The way their bodies naturally curved together, the way her insides liquefied in readiness for him, and the way his body hardened to steel. She'd loved his body, the way it was roped with muscle, how his strength made her feel feminine and protected. She'd loved lavishing attention on his body for hours on those lazy days when they didn't get out of bed. Her fingers itched to touch his skin again, feel his flesh hot under hers as he--
"I'm not the only one who wants to do wicked things," he murmured, his voice husky with arrogance. He nipped the skin below her ear, and licked the sting.
Her fingers curled into his shirt for a moment, and then she pushed him away. He slipped on the ice and fell on his ass at her feet. She stood over him, part of her enjoying the view, the other part already missing the heat of his hands.
"The wicked things I want to do involve sharp implements." She brushed her hands over her clothes as though that would erase his touch and how he made her feel. "I found the cache. You can carry it back to camp."
Trying to look as if she wasn't running away, Tern took her time and carefully watched her footing as she descended the ice. She could hear Gage cursing behind her as he struggled with the cooler and his slippery toehold on the glacier.
Served him right for putting the moves on her, like he had to disprove her earlier statements. There was no way in hell she was afraid of him.
A shiver caught her by surprise.
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