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Torrid Topaz

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Spanish TopazWhen rancher Cash Carter gets sexy Graciela Fuentes back in his bed, he vows to keep her there. Whether it's through the lure of hotter than hell sex or the intrigue to be found in an ancient topaz-studded dagger, he won't let her go again. His body burns for hers but once she touches the handle of the dagger and Miguel de Castillo, a man from another time, manifests before them, Cash realizes Gracie's soul may belong to another.Miguel longs for a reunion with his long-dead bride and when he finds her soul residing in the body of the very modern Gracie, he'll do anything to get her back. It becomes a race against time as Gracie gives her body to both men in order to reunite the lost lovers, hoping against hope she doesn't lose her life or her love in the process. Illicit BargainWhen her fragile teenaged sister is held for ransom by a sociopathic sorcerer, Celia Ladron, a witch and professional thief, is forced to steal a topaz dagger from Evi Leshnikov, a reclusive shapeshifter and old acquaintance.Before she can escape with the dagger, Celia is caught by Evi. Incensed, he offers harsh terms-submit to his darkest desires or leave empty-handed. Desperate to save her sister, Celia agrees, unaware the erotic test of wills may break her-body and soul.In the end, however, it just might be Evi who is humbled. Stone of WrathAfter Jedidiah Mason finds a dirty, battered stone in the rubble of a burned building, he takes it home and is surprised when it becomes a gorgeous naked man. Topaz, turned to stone by the wrath of the gods, knows he and Jed were lovers in the long ago past and hopes Jed's love can break the curse before the end of November.Jed is immediately drawn to Topaz and though sex with someone who just appeared out of thin air is probably not wise, he cannot seem to resist the intense attraction. Before he knows it he's having great sex with the all too alluring Topaz. Will he remember their love in time to save it? Secrets of the JinHakkuErotic

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