A formidable psychic himself, Davis is trying to track down a powerful relic that Celinda supposedly bought as a toy for her pet dust bunny. Trying to wrest the ruby red object from the suspicious duo nearly drains Davis of the energy he'll need to keep his growing desire for Celinda in check - and to keep her safe from those who will do anything to possess the relic...
©2007 Jayne Castle; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
I don't know how Jayne Castle, Krentz, Quick does it. I like this series and the Amanda Quick books. But the modern Jayne ann Krentz books leaves something to be desired. I would really like to see the Amaryllis, Zinna, and Orchid books on audio they are my favorites by Castle. This book was good, but was Jayne's typical type of book. Usually if you like one, you will like all of them because there is little differences.
I am a retired IT Program Manager who listened to books on my commute. I now listen to books while quilting and working on craft projects.
I would love to have a dust bunny. This story has great characters and I enjoy "seeing" characters from the previous books in this series. A fast, fun read.
Great story but some of the people sounded the same. Hard to tell who is speaking. Jayne Castle Harmony books are great. The dust bunnies are fantastic. Write more!
I really liked this book. Slightly different from the previous which is a nice change. Two dust bunnies for the price of one is always a good sign. Joyce Bean does an excellent job on the narration, as usual. The story line: wonderful with some new insites into the work and health aspects on Harmony. Wonderful read, it makes me want more.
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