Christmas should have been an easy, relaxing holiday for Brian Burk. A time to spend with good friends and put his plan to seduce the hot tempered, sexy Tempest Proctor into action. Sometimes Mother Nature pokes a sharp stick into plans and deflates them. Brian has had his hands full trying to keep roads clear and repair damaged buildings due to the strange weather pattern that settled itself over the county. Strong winds have been wreaking havoc, and Brian suspects Tempest Proctor knows something about it. Being the guardian of the winds, she should be able to rescue the town.
Except he finds her standing in the middle of a dark road with no coat and half frozen muttering to the blustering skies. Brian plops her into his truck and hauls her sexy ass to his home wanting answers and she isn't going anywhere until he gets what he wants.
Tempest Proctor lost control of her element. Her beloved winds won't respond and they're throwing the mother of all temper tantrums. On top of that strange things are happening to her. Steamy, erotic dreams plague her every night. That alone wouldn't really bother her, but the dreams feature the one and only Brian Burk, the one man she's ever held any interest in. Add to that the painful tearing sensation inside her body from her elements power, and she can't think straight.
When Brian finds her standing in the middle of the storm and takes her to his home, her strange life spirals out of control. Her element has decided she and Brian shall come together. Tempest, on the other hand, isn't going to be forced into a relationship. Encasing them in a virtual snow globe and refusing to allow them to leave until they bond, Tempest is forced to face her feelings for Brian and her fear of passing along her gift. She soon discovers some gifts are meant to be shared and the sharing turns out to be the best part.
©2010 Robin Leigh Miller (P)2011 Robin Leigh Miller
"Narrator is SO annoying SAMPLE BEFORE YOU PURCHASE"
The narrator's whiney voice has ruined this for me. Somehow she makes everything sound sarcastic and her voice going up at the end of every sentence is really off putting and confusing. It's just read all wrong! Gets a bit better later on but is still frustrating. I can't take the story seriously because of her voice! I'd definitely suggest sampling it before you purchase, just to see if you'll be able to tolerate the narrator.
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