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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Magic and love intertwine in this tale of romantic suspense by best-selling author Heather Graham.

Regina Delaney loves making children happy. Playing Dierdre Dinosaur for adoring audiences at the theme park she started with her twin brother Max gives the local kids - and Reggie - countless hours of innocent pleasure. But make-believe morphs into suspicion of murder when Max's ex-wife vanishes... and Max becomes the prime suspect.

Reggie is determined to uncover the truth and clear her brother's name. So is Wesley Blake. The ex-military intelligence officer believes in his best friend's innocence - which means someone has set Max up. Gathering intel is the easy part. Resisting Max's gorgeous sister is something else. But soon Wes has a more critical mission: stopping a diabolical plot and protecting Reggie from someone who has marked her for extinction.

©1992 Heather Graham Pozzessere, This edition published in 2014 by Open Road Integrated Media, Inc. (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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This book was entertaining but was a little predictable. It still was worth the credit to listen to. Narrator was good but the voices were not very distinctive from each other.