This book was recommended to me by a girl at work who compared Adair to Kay Hooper, Iris Johannson, Nore Robert and Linda Howard---all Queens of Romantic Suspense.
Okay, we have a broodingly handsome hero with magical powers. His idea of working out is leaping around with a forty-pound sword and trying to take his best friend's head off. He works for the Paranormal division of some super-secret anti-terrorist group. He can send himself anywhere in the blink of an eye, make himself invisible, and mind-control people---as well as work spells. Oh, but wait---one thing he can not do is steal the super-secret info from the mind of the young and beautiful scientist (she was in Popular Scientist as the most brilliant mind ever when she was 16) unless she is having a climax! Well, of course for some reason she is able to resist his mind control when he tries to have sex with her, so he kidnaps her to his Scottish castle (which is really in Montana and which he moved from Scotland stone by stone by mind transportation) and they start the "sex dance" thing. Except---oh, did we forget to mention that he lives under a 400 year old curse that any woman he falls in love with will die?
Oh, puleeze! The shame of it is, this is a really well written book except for the ridiculous premise. I would NOT compare this writer to Roberts, Hooper, Howard, or Johannson.
Loved the Edge of Danger. First book in Trilogy, excellent book about magic (Gabriel is a wizard just like his 3 brothers) There is a 500 year old curse that the brothers has to break, and it will take all 3 together along with all 3 women in each story of the 3 books to break this curse.
If you have not read them, get them if you want to read excellent stories
1st of 3 book series with Edge brothers. Wizards. Well crafted but the wizardry is a bit far-fetched, at least for my taste.
Wow, this is a great series. All three books are terrific, each about a different brother and their wizardry, fighting to save their heroines. Highly recommended!
Book 1 of 3 - Very good book!! Needs to be read in order though.
A good suspensful, fun read.
Good story -- keeps you guessing. This is the first booy by Adair that I've read and I plan to read the rest of the books in this triology.
Book 1 of a new 3 book series. Hot and exciting as all of her T-FLAC series books are. This series is of 3 brothers in the PSI(Paranormal)Division. Just a bit different from her other T-Flac books. But, just as thrilling and romantic.
Even the deepest peril couldn't keep him away from her. Romance, Suspense, Paranormal.. Awesome book 1st book in a series.
Love Cherry Adair! Will read anything of hers. This was such a great series
Great read. Loved the trilogy!
Thrilling novel of romantic suspense.
A fast paced and enjoyeable read
WOW - not only is Gabriel Edge (oldest of three brothers) a member of an anti-terrorism operation, he is a wizard. Now he must fight bad men, a raging case of LUST for Eden Cahill and an ancient curse.
I enjoyed this book. It is the first of three. Second was Edge of Fear and last is Edge of Darkness. I enjoyed all three though you could read any one individually and they would be complete stories in them selves.
1st in the series. Wonderful Paranormal book. One of the best reads I've had all year.
what can i say......another great cherry adair book. the t-flac boys are something else. great book. highly recommend.
Sequeal to Edge of Fear & Edge of Darkness. Anti-terrorist operatives in T-FLAC's classified paranormal unit.
A little far fetched but overall a good story.
The first book about three wizard brothers. Very hot and magical.
Not as good as some of her other stuff, but still a good read.
This book was great. Hard to put down.
First of a series. I liked Cherry Adairs other work better but this is a good paranoraml read.
I liked it so much I bought it twice:LOL: Kidding, but I did buy it twice:)
I did like this one though. I have read 3 or 4 in another series from this author and find I don't care for all of them. I did enjoy this one and will probably read more in this series.
First in Adair's paranormal T-FLAC "Edge" series. This book tells Gabriel Edge and Eden Cahill's story. Good read, but not as good as her other T-FLAC books.
The second book in the "EDGE" series. Enjoyed it very much.
Good book. I had a hard time putting it down. I am reading the second in the series now, and it is just as good.
Interesting storyline. One book of a series.
Thrilling fantasy. Caleb must protect the woman he loves from the danger she is facing, while knowing that his family's curse will be just as dangerous for her.
1st in "mini series" of 3 brothers. Paranormal romance
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 is stolen from a covert lab in Arizona, Gabriel zeores in on the brilliant young scientist who helped create the device. From Gabriels first contact. Eden Cahill leaves an indelible impression.
Using a mysterious telepathic paower as ancient as his Scottish heritege, 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.