Friday, April 8, 2022

Friday Memes: If There Be Dragons by Kay Hooper

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"Please, Cody? You're the only troubleshooter I know."

"I'm a business troubleshooter, Pepper," Cody replied in exasperation to the voice on the other end of the phone."
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"I'll call the police and have you thrown out," she said desperately, filled with the strong conviction that unless she got him out of her life immediately, she'd no long be in control. And she'd fought too long and too hard for control to lose it willingly.
This week I'm spotlighting If There Be Dragons by Kay Hooper. This book has a 1984 copyright and has been on my TBR stack since I began keeping track on LibraryThing in February of 2008. This is the year I've decided to try to read or discard books still unread since 2008.

Here's the description of this contemporary romance title with a little paranormal thrown in for good measure.
New York Times bestselling author Kay Hooper weaves seduction, suspense, and the paranormal into a spellbinding romance centered on an enigmatic woman—and the man whose touch threatened to expose her most intimate vulnerabilities.

What was a woman like Brooke Kennedy doing running a guest lodge alone in the Montana wilderness? And why was her best friend so worried about her? Those were the questions Cody Nash asked himself after agreeing to cancel his tropical vacation to go on a mission of mercy into blizzard country. For the strong and self-assured woman he found didn’t need or want his help—but she was in trouble. Brooke had isolated herself from the world for reasons she wouldn’t or couldn’t say. But Cody didn’t need to be a psychic to sense that Brooke was afraid. Even more, her fear had intensified from the moment he arrived. Now, as a dangerous storm strands them together, Cody must learn the well-guarded secret of this beautiful, gifted woman—if he can convince her to give him the one thing he needs to save her from a self-imposed exile: her trust.


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