The Shadow Guard by Diane Whiteside

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The Shadow Guard. They are the darkest of Black Ops. A force operating outside the sphere of the CIA or FBI. Taking their mandate not from the U.S. government, but from magic. And sex.

SAHIR. Astrid Carlson is one of them, a mage on a mission. With her wispy blond hair and those long, long legs, she can make a man forget himself. Until it's way too late.

KUBRI. Jake Hammond is the only thing she needs, the human conductor who can focus all her strength, bringing her to a peak of power, or shattering her completely. Yeah, she's got a hundred or so years on him, but who's counting when there's an unstoppable assassin to take down--and unstoppable chemistry to take on. . .

About Diane Whiteside

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Diane Whiteside is the author of The Irish Devil and other erotic romances.
Published April 1, 2011 by Kensington. 273 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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Whiteside (The Devil She Knows) offers a contemporary sleuthing tale that packs a solid punch of sizzling, magic-fueled eroticism.

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Astrid Carlson has a unique talent, as a Sahir she wields magic to help protect the world and draws strength from others with magical abilities. Astrid finds herself pulled into the shriek of a woman who has been murdered, unable to forget the haunting cry for help she seeks out the help of Jak...

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