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Edge of Danger (The Men of T-FLAC: The Edge Brothers, Book 8) (edition 2006)

by Cherry Adair

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Title:Edge of Danger (The Men of T-FLAC: The Edge Brothers, Book 8)
Authors:Cherry Adair
Info:Ballantine Books (2006), Mass Market Paperback, 305 pages
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This is Gabriel's story. Gabriel Edge is one of three brothers who work secretly in T-FLAC in the classified paranormal section. Gabriel is chosen to use his special talents on Eden in order to get the information she has in her brain about the robot "Rex." But what should be an easy assignment proves to be anything but. There are two more books in this series. Anyone that enjoys paranormal romances with a good suspense story will find this entire series worth reading. ( )
  Carol420 | May 31, 2016 |
Coping with the fact that her mentor and father figure has been murdered and with the very real possibility that she'll be next, the heroine struggles to stay calm. Extremely intelligent from even a young age, this has made her a bit of an outsider amoung her fellow humans. She much prefers the safety of the lab to the danger of relatinships where her heart could be broken again like with her scumbag of an ex husband. It was her own ego and her ability to create A.I. in robots that made her do what she did and now she's living to regret it. She's made a robot almost indestructable and with the intelligent to reason and problem solve. And now that robot has been stolen and in the hands of those who will use it to kill hundred of innocent people. Then the hero comes into the picture. His family has lived under a curse for hundred of years where they can never have true love. Every time they find a woman who's their soulmate, something will always happen and the woman will always die. So when he's sent to the beautiful doctor to get what knowledge is in her head to destroy the robot, he's instantly on edge around her. The level of desire he feels towards her is slowly driving him insane. He craves her with every single fibre in his body and knows that she feels the same for him yet the fact of the matter is-she could never be his. And he can't read her mind. So instead, he kidnaps her and keeps her in his castle while demanding her to build a secondary robot to destroy the first. The last place he wants her is anywhere near him but it's the only place she will be safe yet the every day tsumani of want he fights becomes a losing battle. No matter how hard he fights, no matter how harsh or angry or mean he is towards her, she herself can't fight the pull that's pulling them together. And despite the fact that she doesn't trust him or believe in his stupid curse- something about him calls to something within her. They sleep together but this doesn't change things. The hero is still a harsh man who's pissed off about something or other all the time. And it soon becomes apparent that though they can fight the bad wizards, the powerful robot and everything else mounting against them, the bond between them just feels like something that will never truly be solved no matter how hard they try. This was a roller coaster in regards to if I liked it or not. There were pros and cons to in and I found myself constantly swaying back and forth on the matter. Pros are as follows. The hero was super angsty and tormented. He's given up on the idea of love and fights his desire for the heroine with everything he has and even when he succumbs to sleeping with her, he still keeps his distance emotionally. Next is the heroine with her insecurities regarding her weight and her guilt over the fact that the thing she created in now responsible for the deaths of innocent people. Cons. I found the story to be rather dull and badly paced at times. I also found myself disliking both the heroine and hero as characters. I found the heroine to be clingy and obnoxious sometimes-but at the same time I couldn't quite blame her for throwing herself at the hero considering she too was subject to the whole soulmate desire. And also, the hero could be a massive jerk and actually was quite mean to the heroine for most of the book-even if it was out of fear and anger over what he could never have with her. And i don't blame the heroine for not believing him when he tells her he's a secret agents with magical powers sent to stop the bad men from using the robot considering he's kidnapped her and doesn't prove to her he is who he says he is. Overall i liked this book, it was okay. But definitely nothing special or noteworthy. ( )
  Eden00 | May 14, 2016 |
Loved this book. It is unabashed fluff, perfect for a day in bed with (or without) a cold. Smart, sexy, compelling characters, suspense, romance...what more can one ask for. ( )
  Narshkite | Nov 19, 2013 |
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  Ebeth.Naylor | Sep 30, 2013 |
So you create a powerful, unstoppable AI and expect it won't all go wrong and the powers that be won't want it or some megalomaniac won't do something with it? You're a powerful psychic and the only way you can think of getting someone to let their guard down is to have sex with them, even though you're kinda falling for them and that could lead to their death? And these are smart people?

The psychics are a bit overpowered and while it was entertaining while I read it, the plot holes were pretty huge and obvious. It also featured the huge big male and tiny girl female, it just all felt a bit much sometimes. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Feb 12, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345485203, Mass Market Paperback)

Even the deepest peril couldn’t keep him away from her.

As an anti-terrorism operative in T-FLAC’s classified paranormal unit, the intrepid, ruggedly handsome Gabriel Edge protects the world from the forces of evil. So when an ingenious and extremely volatile invention is stolen from a covert lab in Arizona, Gabriel zeroes in on the brilliant young scientist who helped to create the device. From Gabriel’s first contact, Eden Cahill leaves an indelible impression.

Using a mysterious telepathic power as ancient as his Scottish heritage, as well as his seductive physical charms, Gabriel must infiltrate Eden’s mind to uncover the secrets she so desperately protects. But Gabriel is in a bind–for the only way to penetrate Eden’s memories is through one shared intimate encounter that will trigger revelations, shatter lives, and just might save humanity–all at a terribly steep price.

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As an anti-terrorism operative in T-FLAC's classified paranormal unit, Gabriel Edge protects the world from the forces of evil. So when an ingenious and volatile invention is stolen from a covert lab in Arizon, Gabriel zeroes in on the brilliant young scientist, Eden Hill, who helped create the device. And Gabriel must infiltrate Eden's mind to uncover the secrets she is protecting.… (more)

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