From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York
Was it attempted murder or a boating accident? Either way, the hard-driving Jordan Campbell is in a coma. When Frank Decorah asks nurse Hannah Andrews to use her psychic talent to connect with Jordan, she knows it's a dangerous job. Once she's on the case, whoever tried to kill Jordan will likely turn on her. But as she digs into the man's background, she can't refuse Frank's assignment. Now she's risking her life---and her heart.
Because of her psychic abilities, Hannah gets into Jordan's coma dream and confronts him.
He turned to face her, standing so close that their bodies touched, and the thought she'd had earlier came back to her. Could she wake him by forming an intimate bond with him? Or was that just an excuse to do what she'd been thinking about for days?
Raising her face, she stared into his dark eyes. For a charged moment, neither of them moved. Before she could change her mind, she cupped the back of his head, lowered his face, and touched her lips to his.
At first he didn't respond. Then he accepted the contact and moved his mouth against hers before settling and pressing. She returned the pressure. When his tongue stroked the seam of her lips, she parted them.
As she did, she felt a surge of heat as his breath mingled with hers. His tongue dipped into her mouth, playing with the inside of her lips, then the line of her teeth. She had wondered what kind of lover he would be. Now she knew he was good at kissing.
And what other talents did he have?
Her breath caught as his hands glided down her back and cupped her bottom.
When he spoke, it was against her lips. "Don't lie to me. You came to my bedroom in that provocative outfit to make love with me."
"What I said. To wake you."
He laughed, but the sound wasn't nearly as harsh as when they'd been discussing Richard. "You're waking me all right." To emphasize the point, he pressed his hips against her, and she felt the erection straining at the front of his slacks
**More stories in Rebecca York's Decorah Security Series:
#1 On Edge - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella - introduces founder of Decorah Security Agency
#2 Dark Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#3 Chained - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#4 Ambushed - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#5 Dark Powers - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#6 Hot and Dangerous - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#7 At Risk - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#8 Christmas Captive - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#9 Destination Wedding - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#10 Rx Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#11 Hunting Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#12 Terror Mansion - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#13 Outlaw Justice - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#14 Found Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#15 Preying Game - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
**The Decorah Security Collection includes Chained, Dark Powers, Hot and Dangerous, and Ambushed.
**For more sexy, action-packed thrillers from Rebecca York, check out the
science-fiction romance stories in her Off-World Series:
#1 - Hero's Welcome - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#2 - Nightfall - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#3 - Conquest - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#4 - Assignment Danger - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#5 - Christmas Home - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#6 - Firelight Confession - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
**The Off World Collection includes Hero's Welcome, Conquest, and Nightfall.
PRAISE FOR REBECCA YORK
"Rebecca York delivers page-turning suspense."
(Rebecca York) is a real luminary of contemporary series romance
--Michael Dirda, The Washington Post Book World
Rebecca York’s writing is fast-paced, suspenseful, and loaded with tension.
--Jayne Ann Krentz
"A true master of intrigue."
"Rebecca York's fast-paced suspense, innovative stories and sexy characters set the standard for paranormal romantic suspense."
--Ann Voss Peterson
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