Cal's mission is simple: to investigate the disappearance of a sorority girl from a private college. But there are two complications: the girl's a witch, and her sister is the enchantress who once broke his heart.
Deme Chattox isn't looking for a man. Especially a bad-boy like Cal, even though every inch of her body remembers the magic of his touch. What she is looking for is her little sister...and Deme is determined to find her without Cal's expertise. The other Chattox sisters — and their mystical powers — are all the help she needs. That is, until they unearth a terrifying secret buried deep underground…and Deme finds herself possessed by a desire that threatens to destroy her!
About the Author
Award-winning author Elle James grew up as an air force military brat. She received her work ethic from her rock-solid father, her creative streak from her artistic mother and inspiration from her writing partner and sister, Delilah Devlin. As a former member of the army reserves and a current member of the air force reserves, she's traveled across the United States and to Germany, managed a full-time job, and raised three wonderful children. She and her husband have even tried their hands at ranching exotic birds (ostriches, emus and rheas) in the Texas hill country. Ask her, and she'll tell you what it's like to go toe-to-toe with an angry three-hundred-and-fifty-pound bird and live to tell about it!
Her adventures in the army and air force reserves, and the wild antics of her life on a small ranch in Texas give her fodder for mystery, suspense and humour in her writing. Elle writes gothic, paranormal mystery for the Harlequin Intrigue line and paranormal romantic comedy for Dorchester Publishing. A former manager of computer programming and project management professionals, Elle is happy she now has the opportunity to pursue her writing full time. Elle's paranormal romantic comedy,To Kiss a Frog, won the Romance Writers of America's 2004 Golden Heart for Best Paranormal Romance.
Series: Mills & Boon Nocturne
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st December 2012