Well, she hadn’t actually meant to help him. He’d been injured and taken advantage of her, so she helped him the first time, and because of this, she lost her job and career. Great—now she’s running, and she desperately hopes she’ll never see the strange man again. Why, then, is she so haunted with a strange memory of his eyes changing to those of a cat?
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For Carry, life was normal and quiet. She was a commercial artist whose goal was to get a great contract and do what she loved best, design art for others. But fate has a way of taking a girl who had never traveled and mixing in big money, National Security badges, greedy people and four of the hottest men she had ever met. Could she cope, would…
When he finds her again and needs her help, Beth does what’s necessary to get rid of him and helps him get his funds, but she’s left with a strange bite mark and the memory of a huge black cat in the night above her in her bed. Now she’s running with determination not to have him find her ever again. He is more than merely strange—she knows he’s a threat to her in ways she doesn’t want to admit.
Beth runs from the black ghost through Indian Reservations, across archeological digs in the northwest, down to the lost areas of poorer Mexico, through jungles and back into the giant towering buildings of bustling cities.
Yet, wherever she goes, a black ghost haunts her dreams and sends a sexual pull she cannot turn off.