Silent Storm by Vivian Arend
(Pacific Passions)

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Synopsis

Love speaks volumes without a single word.

Pacific Passion, Book 3

In the months they’ve traveled together, Laurin Marshall and Matt Jentry’s attraction has grown beyond spectacular sexual passion into a deeper emotional connection. Still, Laurin wrestles with one last question: how a water shifter and an air shifter can possibly find permanent common ground.

Matt is content to wait patiently for Laurin to realize he has no desire to change her sky-borne nature. Until a giant golden eagle touches down on the Stormchild and tips the delicate balance of more than just the boat.

Laurin’s obvious affection for the newcomer comes as a shock. And so does the flash of jealousy that interferes with his shamanic ability to heal the man’s malady. While Matt struggles to balance his conflicted responsibilities, Laurin attempts to reconcile her undeniable feelings for one of her kind with her desire for Matt.

Somewhere between the ocean depths and the mountaintops, they need to find a love strong enough to call them both home to the Stormchild.

Warning: Familiar lovers (hot) with old rivals (hotter) and a wild curse-melting ménage (hottest yet). Get ready for one exotic paranormal that will make you look to the skies and sea with longing.

 

About Vivian Arend

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Vivian was playing hooky the day they taught about the importance of getting a 'real' job; she was hiding out at the local library rereading everything for the fifth time. Since then she s become a Jack-of-all-trades with a job experience list only slightly smaller than the average phone book. She s hiked, biked, canoed, kayaked and camped throughout Canada, Europe, England and the States, including Hawaii and Alaska. All these adventures have now become settings for her overactive muse to wander through. Vivian lives in Western Canada with her longtime sweetie, two wonderful kids and a dog that looks like a stuffed toy.
 
Published May 17, 2011 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 86 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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