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Excerpt of Wild Heart by Lori Brighton


November 2009
On Sale: November 1, 2009
Featuring: Ella; Leo Roberts
320 pages
ISBN: 1420108654
EAN: 9781420108651
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Romance Paranormal, Romance Historical

Also by Lori Brighton:

To Seduce An Earl, November 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Wild Desire, March 2011
Paperback / e-Book
The Mind Readers, December 2010
The Ghost Hunter, October 2010
Wild Heart, November 2009

Excerpt of Wild Heart by Lori Brighton

With long, purposeful strides, he shortened the distance between them. And she couldn’t move, couldn’t move a bloody step, fear and something else holding her captive. Nearer...nearer. Would he stop or knock her over?

Then their gazes met and any thought of escape fled. Suddenly nothing existed. Ella fell into a warm pool of gold. An eerie gold that glowed from his eyes, pulling her under, drowning in emotion and leaving her gasping for breath. It was coming from him...the emotion...the need...the pain.

Birds, rabbits, even a fox, but never had she been able to read a person’s emotions. Mesmerized, she didn’t move a muscle when he stopped only a foot away, looming over her like some archangel come to take her soul. Was the floor still beneath her feet or was she falling? The room seemed to spin as his scent swirled around her: sea salt, pine and male; him.

“It is nice to meet you,” she somehow managed to get past her lips.

His eyes narrowed into slits and his nostrils flared, his breath a soft whisper as he inhaled deeply. Slowly, he moved around her as if she were prey and he the hunter. He stepped close, too close. With his chest hot to her back, his essence seeped into her skin. His fingers brushed her nape, wrapped around a loose lock, and the fine hairs on her neck stood on end. She heard the distinct intake of breath, as if he smelled the strands. Paralyzed from fright and from another foreign emotion, Ella couldn’t move. Her heart hammered in her ears, drowning out every sound but her own harsh breathing.

Excerpt from Wild Heart by Lori Brighton
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