The Gift

The Gift

eBook - 2013
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War is the last thing Blaine MaDia ever thought he'd been involved in. But a psychic war was what he got. A psychic medium wanting nothing more than to relay messages from the other side found his life had changed after meeting Cassandra BoozerCassandra Boozer- A twenty-first generation psychic. She's wanted by twelve different men. make that 13. But she's wanted for one thing: her uterus. Well, by twelve of them anyway. Blaine MaDia has been eyeing her with the misty look of love. She hates to burst his bubble but the last man she wants a relationship with is a psychic Though it appears his only talent is talking to the dead he's still a psychic. But a little harmless affair shouldn't do any of them any harm. Salvatore Sharif is the most powerful and gifted psychic known to the community. He's a man with exotic good looks who just happens to have been Cassandra's first lover. He has returned to protect her from the psychic who would mate with her, with or without her consent. She belongs to him and he intends to reclaim her. How can Blaine compete with a master psychic with a touch of evil, who's willing to do anything to get the woman they both love? How can he, a first generation psychic hope to win? And how can he possibly learn all that he needs to know to help in the war. Blaine has no choice. If he doesn't learn to expand his gift all those he loves will die. If he uses everything at his disposal ALL those he loves will turn against him. A tough choice but he has to choose. --Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Dyanne Davis, 2013
ISBN: 9781301699636
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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