Eye of the Beholder by Dana Marie Bell
(True Destiny)

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Justice isn’t blind anymore.

True Destiny, Book 2

Travis Yardley-Rudiger deliberately stayed away from Jamie Grimm, desperate not to pull her into the petty war of wills between him and her grandfather, Oliver Grimm. Unfortunately the reemergence of Baldur and Loki and their claiming of Jamie’s sister Jordan put her squarely in Grimm’s sights. Her torture at Grimm’s hands left Travis determined to claim and protect the woman he’s loved for years—but first he has to find a way to break the news that Travis is actually Tyr.

Jamie keeps seeing the weirdest things. Flames in her sister’s eyes, for instance…even Travis’s entire body glowing. Then there are the recurring nightmares she just can’t shake. One thing is certain: Travis’s usual standoffish attitude has done an abrupt one-eighty. He’s even gone so far as to move with her into her sister’s condo while she convalesces. And when he reveals who—and what—he is, Jamie is left to wonder what the Norse God of Justice could possibly want with a crazy redhead with severe family issues.

As far as he’s concerned, it will be Travis’s pleasure to show her…

Warning: This book contains explicit sex, graphic language, a real blond god and a woman with reasons to have trust issues.


About Dana Marie Bell

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 Dana Marie Bell is a USA Today best-selling author with Carina Press and Samhain Publishing. She lives with her husband Dusty, their two children, an evil cat and a bull terrier that thinks it’s a Pekinese. She's described herself as vertically challenged. Dana also suffers from AS (an arthritis that affects the spine) and can be seen tooling around in her mobility scooter.  You can learn about Dana at www.danamariebell.com
Published October 19, 2010 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 130 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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