past comes calling it brings unexpected revelations that must be
Vaughn Saunders expects his return
to Phoenix Intelligence Agency to not be an easy one. He has some
unfinished business to settle with Allure his ex-partner and the woman
he wants badly. Before they can move forward they have to get
past their complicated history. Getting beyond it will be worth the
risk… at least for him. She has his heart, body and soul. He craves
Allure’s body and her soul yet does not expect to have her heart since
it's already taken by another. Having what she is able to give is all
he wants…but does he dare go for it all.
Allure Davis never expected to have to
face the one man who she trusted at her back until he betrayed her.
His reasoning might have been to save her but with his leaving her she
knew she could only depend on her family. Yet in her heart he is part
of her family. Vaughn’s return throws her for a tailspin and she has
to face not only the past but also her ultimate desire. There is a
need burning deep within her soul that only Vaughn can quench.
To bring to strong willed souls
together it takes a Silken Inferno, burning to meld them
together from now to eternity and beyond …
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A tingling sensation overcame
her. It was familiar, although it had been eight years since she’d
last felt it. At least now she knew why she had felt out of whack and
itchy between the shoulders. Allure stiffened but didn’t turn.
“Allure.” His deep baritone vibrated through her, setting off a
kaleidoscope of sensation.
She refused to respond. His heat crowded her as he came closer. The
usual instinct to move because someone was at her back didn’t come.
They had watched each other’s back too often for her to fear him.
“Aren’t you even going to look at me, or at least say hello?” He spoke
Allure raised her head and turned to face him. Too close. She
stifled a moan as her body brushed his. Those violet eyes studied her.
No one had eyes like his. Deep, mysterious with the ability to see
everything. The ability to deceive. His black, unruly shoulder-length
curls and his sun-kissed skin only enhanced his eyes. The rugged lines
of his face looked even better than they had the last time she’d seen
him. He shouldn’t look so good.
“Vaughn,” she said curtly.
She moved to go past him. Vaughn’s hand flashed out. She caught it
before it could connect to grip her arm. He quirked an eyebrow, a
small smile on his firm lips. Allure released his hand, giving him a
warning glance. Vaughn didn’t heed it. Instead he moved deliberately
slow, reaching out and gripping her arm. Allure let him, waiting to
see what he could possibly have to say.