Silk by Michelle M. Pillow

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In order to keep his secret formula from the enemy, the dying Dr. William St. James made the impossible choice. He injected the only sample of it into his daughter, killing her chance at a normal life so that an elite superhero may be born. Now, ten years later and utterly alone, Quinlan St. James is still torn between the woman she could have been and the superhero, Silk, she has become.

Nikandros is an immortal Protector, sworn to an eternity in the service of good. His is a lonely existence, one chosen long ago. Believing that Quinlan might be selling her father’s formula to the highest bidder, the Protectors send him to seduce the reclusive billionaire. However, instead of a coldhearted conspirator, he discovers a lonely woman with a heart of gold—and a secret identity. Now it’s up to him to prove her innocence without blowing his cover.

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4 1/2 STARS! "This action-packed anthology starring strong heroines and sexy heroes effortlessly engages readers' imaginations. The stories are paranormal, futuristic, humorous and noirish, so there should be something to please everyone." RT BOOKreviews

"This story is worthy of any and all accolades possible. The worldbuilding is beyond the pale and the story of Silk is unique. When things are said and done, including when she believes that Nikandros is the one trying to steal the formula, she hates herself and what must be done. I won't tell you if he is or not, but this story will haunt you as you consider the actions of doing what's right even when it can hurt the ones we love. In the end, there is more than just a fight against evil, it's an individual's place to define where they draw the line. Kudos to Michelle Pillow for a phenomenal read." In the Library Review

About Michelle M. Pillow

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Published December 18, 2013 by The Raven Books. 76 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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