By Cait London
Tempest, Claire, and Leona: triplets blessed—or cursed—with a distinct additional feel they'd each one deny, given the opportunity . . . Tempest used to be born with the uncanny skill to benefit every little thing approximately an object—or even a person—just through the contact of her bare palms. yet she is familiar with this reward comes at a cost, so she protects herself through retaining these she loves at a distance, but if a sinister enemy threatens all that she holds expensive, Tempest is pressured to arrive out to Marcus Greystone, who she as soon as touched willingly . . . and with passionate abandon. Marcus hasn't ever forgotten the sensuous evening he and Tempest shared—before she left his mattress with no notice. Now that she wishes his support, Marcus isn't really letting her cross simply. it is his probability to teach Tempest that his contact may also electrify. yet a meeting hurricane of violence is following Tempest, and a killer waits to get his fingers on her . . .
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Tempest smiled sweetly up at him as she removed her belt and handed it to him. ” For the first time, Marcus’s smile lit his eyes. “I’ll bet. Let me know if you need anything. ” Marcus leaned down to her, and his finger slid down her cheek. Then he turned and walked away from her toward what appeared to be his office. Tempest leaned down to study the brooch. It appeared to be authentic, but she needed a closer look. She didn’t hesitate; she reached for a sleek contemporary statue, held it for a moment, then smashed it into the glass case.
And I was just researching you. I’m not the first to be interested in psychics. After all, Ms. ” He kissed her again, just as brief and hard as the first time; his whisper ran deep and harsh against her lips. “At first, I could have killed you, then I thought I’d have a nice little chat with you about your lack of manners. But then, I saw your mother with that pin—” Tempest put both hands on his bare chest and pushed free. “Brooch, Marcus, not a pin. ” If he knew that the brooch was somehow linked to A STRANGER’S TOUCH | 41 whatever was happening to her family now, he’d have an advantage—a man like Marcus would use it.
He also noted the lightweight basic black dress and pumps that would blend in anywhere. The lady was a chameleon, and he’d caught her. “No. The belt. ” Tempest smiled sweetly up at him as she removed her belt and handed it to him. ” For the first time, Marcus’s smile lit his eyes. “I’ll bet. Let me know if you need anything. ” Marcus leaned down to her, and his finger slid down her cheek. Then he turned and walked away from her toward what appeared to be his office. Tempest leaned down to study the brooch.