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Seducing the Skeptic The Accidental Angels Series Book 1

By Kathy Lyons
  • ISBN Code: : 9781614177807
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  • Pages : 296
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Desperate to save her fellowship, theoretical physicist Janet Mason has 48 hours to build a better thesis when she tumbles into a strange fantasy world with demented birds, farmers shaped like frogs, and one hot, frustrating prince. Cornered by angry beasts, Prince Keeven is moments away from death when Janet's sudden appearance creates a much-needed distraction. Finally, the gods have smiled upon his quest and sent an angel to fight by his side. Janet is convinced she's gone insane. But the more time she spends fighting evil with the fascinating Prince, the faster she falls in love with madness. Then Janet finds a way back, just as Keeven faces his worst enemy. They have one chance to save both worlds, but only if they sacrifice everything they've ever wanted.

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