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I Got Totally Distracted

September 24, 2010

This morning I got to the gym and realized that I had forgotten Cold Magic. Luckily, I keep extra books in my car. And by keep, I mean forget to take out. My children (should I be so lucky as to have any) will be able to make a sizeable donation to Goodwill when I die. The tax write off will help pay for the funeral expenses.

But, my point: The book I picked up to replace Cold Magic was Eileen Wilks’ Tempting Danger. I got it from the libarary ages ago because I had heard that it was a werewolf book–and werewolves are my new thing. Anyway, I’m hooked. Didn’t take much. But now I know there’s no way I’m going to be able to finish Cold Magic while my mind’s in the “World of the Lupi”. Therefore, Saturday’s topic is being changed. I’ll review Tempting Danger this weekend and Cold Magic on Monday. Sorry!

Oh, and here’s the description and book cover:

Tempting Danger

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 Lily Yu is a San Diego police detective investigating a series of grisly murders that appear to be the work of a werewolf. To hunt down the killer, she must infiltrate the clans. Only one man can help her–a were named Rule Turner, a prince of the lupi, whose charismatic presence disturbs Lily. Rule has his own reasons for helping the investigation–reasons he doesn’t want to share with Lily. Logic and honor demand she keep her distance, but the attraction between them is immediate and devastating–and beyond human reason. Now, in a race to fend off evil, Lily finds herself in uncharted territory, tested as never before, and at her back a man she’s not sure she can trust…

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