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By Iris Johansen

Attractive Hollywood stunt double Kendra Michaels is vying for the task of her life-a high-paying, high-risk leap that might transparent the debt on her brother's clinical money owed. Casey Michaels was once a stuntman himself till a role went tragically fallacious. Now Kendra is ready to take an analogous probability. There's only one guy status in her method, a guy whose impossible to resist magnetism seduced her in methods she'd by no means experienced-and by no means earlier than surrendered to....

Director Joel Damon will get what he desires. And he desires Kendra. however the explosive charm he feels on the mere sight of her is completely new to him, and it hasn't disappeared, now not due to the fact that their one unforgettable evening together-and no longer because Joel came across she wasn't the skilled starlet he'd fallacious her for. Now he's decided to increase that evening into many extra. yet he'll need to hold Kendra alive to do it, whether it ruins her profession. For he has larger plans in brain for her than she ever imagined.

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My back was a wall of singing flame. I was turning. I watched her take the long fork in one hand, to tap the loaves. In the other hand she gripped the black poker to hook the pans. “Help me,” she said again, and I thought, Yes, this is part of it. I put the mittens on my hands and swung the door open on its hinges. The oven gaped. She stood back a moment, letting the 52 first blast of heat rush by. I moved behind her. I could feel the heat at my front and at my back. Before, behind. My skin was turning to beaten gold.

I heard the valve opening, the hissed intake of breath, and knew that I should not have spoke. 48 “You lie,” she said. “You’re cold. There is a wicked ice forming in your blood. You don’t have a shred of devotion for God. Only wild cold dark lust. I know it. I know how you feel. I see the beast . . the beast watches me out of your eyes sometimes. ” The urgent scrape of metal. It took a moment to know from where. Top of the stove. Kettle. Lessons. She was steadying her­ self with the iron poker.

Because I don’t have that much Indian blood. And they never thought they’d have a girl from this reservation as a saint they’d have to kneel to. But they’d have me. And I’d be carved in pure gold. With ruby lips. And my toenails would be little pink ocean shells, which they would have to stoop down off their high horse to kiss. I was ignorant. I was near age fourteen. The length of sky is just about the size of my ignorance. Pure and wide. And it was just that— the pure and wideness of my ignorance— that got me 40 up the hill to Sacred Heart Convent and brought me back down alive.

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