Reader Review: This book finished the Edge T-flac books. I read it just to get through it. It wasn't terribly memorable, but not a bad read either. If you read Edge of Danger and Edge of Darkness, you should read Edge of Fear as it answers the rest of the questions surrounding the Edge brothers. Not what I would describe as a great read, but not terrible either. Just so-so, and not memorable!
He would rewrite the past to save the woman he loves.
The fearless Caleb Edge is one of three brothers assigned to the top-secret paranormal unit of an elite counterterrorism group. As a prized T-FLAC agent, Caleb uses his special mystical gifts to rewind history, halt evil in its tracks, and protect innocent people . . . like Heather Shaw.
The beautiful daughter of a terrorism financier, Heather watched her father brutally murder her mother. Now, to escape his clutches, Heather begins a new life, far from the realm of power and privilege in which she grew up. On the hunt for Heather’s father, Caleb hopes that Heather can lead him to his target, and he’ll do anything to achieve his objective –even if it means using his striking good looks to his advantage. But in the face of malevolent forces, Caleb doesn’t anticipate a burning conflict between duty and desire, or that he might have to use his power to turn back time–not for justice, but for love.
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|Title of Suspense & Thrillers eBook: Edge of Fear||Series: The Edge Brothers, , #2|
|Release Date: 07-25-2006|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Edge of Fear
Monday, January 16
“What does it matter what she looks like?” Caleb Edge said into the phone, hoping like hell the dark, primal lust drumming through his veins didn’t bleed into his voice. He frowned absently at his control’s odd question as he shifted the compact sat phone between chin and shoulder, and the binocs left an inch for a better view.
A San Francisco street and a shitload of swirling fog separated the two apartment windows. The lights over there were on. The lights here weren’t.
Desire tightened his body and clogged his throat. His heart, which was normally as steady as a rock, still pounded uncomfortably sixty seconds after he’d lifted the binoculars to his eyes and taken his first look at her.
Bam! Caleb felt as though someone had punched him in the solar plexus, grabbed his heart, and squeezed. Hard.
That’s what Heather Shaw looked like.
Not that he’d share his physical reaction with his control, Lark Orela. She was like a frigging dog with a bone if she thought her people weren’t focused. Unfortunately he was plenty focused.
“Earth to Edge?”
“She looks . . . I don’t know.” Classy. Beautiful. “Deluxe, expensive,” he told Lark smoothly. His heart was racing, he assured himself, because his goddamned knee hurt like hell. He leaned a little more of his weight on the shoulder he had propped against the wall.
Heather had pushed the sleeves of the soft-looking purple sweater up her creamy forearms while she wo
Title: Edge of Fear
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This book finished the Edge T-flac books. I read
September 30, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Potomac Falls, VA US
This book finished the Edge T-flac books. I read it just to get through it. It wasn't terribly memorable, but not a bad read either. If you read Edge of Danger and Edge of Darkness, you should read Edge of Fear as it answers the rest of the questions surrounding the Edge brothers. Not what I would describe as a great read, but not terrible either. Just so-so, and not memorable!
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