By Rhyannon Byrd
Ian Buchanan has constantly felt the unknown—the deep, impenetrable darkness that lives inside of him. but he's made up our minds to guide a "normal" existence, ignoring the unsettling desires during which he succumbs to his wildest desires.… until eventually psychic Molly Stratton tracks him down, claiming to proportion his sensual nightmares.The petite Molly even has the chew marks to turn out it. And she's additionally acquired a message from Ian's deceased mom: an enemy is close to. And it is time for the creature inside of Ian to eventually wake up. A creature with an insatiable starvation that needs to be managed prior to it overtakes them both….
Read or Download Edge of Hunger PDF
Best paranormal books
They might given him a host and brought away his identify. Taken his freedom, his domestic, his kinfolk. every thing that made existence worthy lifing. yet they could not take his desire. .. and she or he got here to him having a look like an angel with hair the colour of silver moonlight and eyes the colour of a turbulent sea. She tenderly taken care of his wounds whereas he lay in darkness, giving him the desire to move on.
Following great ladies Don’t Have Fangs, the second one in a hilarious, clever, attractive romantic sequence approximately an out-of-work librarian who's changed into a vampire. together with her ally Zeb’s Titanic-themed marriage ceremony looming forward, new vampire Jane Jameson struggles to boost her budding dating together with her enigmatic sire, Gabriel.
Extra resources for Edge of Hunger
She blinked, and suddenly his body was even closer. So close now that his forehead nearly touched hers, their breath soughing together in a hectic, frenzied rush. “No more games. I want an answer, and I want it now. ” She could tell from his grim expression that he didn’t believe her, and the words rushed up from inside of her like a gasping, swelling burst of frustration and fear. “I swear, Ian. I have no idea how it happened. That’s why I came here. I was worried. ” he growled, lashes so long and thick they cast shadows against his skin.
There was no give in the burning, powerful muscles beneath her hand—the bulging bicep rigid with fury…and something that she couldn’t put a name to. Taking a deep breath, Molly repeated the words Elaina had told her to say. “When the darkness calls, your mother said that you’ll know. ” His lips barely moved as he ground out the word. ” Trying not to get lost in those feverishly blue eyes, Molly stared up at him, imploring him to believe her. “She wants me to explain, Ian. Explain the things that she should have told you before.
Hell, for all he knew, he was. Ian worked his jaw, aware that he had to scrape the words out of his throat. ” “You did something to me. ” She wet her lips, her blush visible even in the hazy moonlight coming from above, shining around the pale wash of her hair like a halo, making her glow. She looked…soft, like something warm and sweet that you just wanted to wrap yourself around; that you wanted to feel melt over you like a warm summer rain. A sweet piece of candy that you left on your tongue to savor, to enjoy as its flavor trickled down your throat.