By Jude Deveraux
Darci hasn't ever given up trying to find her abducted husband, Adam Montgomery. yet her quest has taken her deeper into the realm of psychic phenomena than she ever dreamed -- or dared to move. whilst the FBI enlists her assist in finding the lacking father of secret agent Jack Rose, Darci symptoms on for the covert operation, now not realizing that her allure to good-looking, horny Jack is set to guide her into lethal territory -- and into an period gone. For Jack has a protector, a mysterious nineteenth-century woman who pulls them right into a time and position the place Darci is stripped of her talents. Can she locate the most important that hyperlinks to the modern day crimes she's got down to remedy? and may a showdown with a depraved strength from the previous carry her hostage...for all eternity?
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My own true love. " Chrissy's face turned pink with pleasure. " Darci asked. Lavender, in Chrissy's body, turned eyes full of hatred onto Darci. " she hissed. "A relative," Jack said quickly. "My sister. " Lavender stepped back, looked at Darci for a moment, then glanced about the room. "I do not seem to remember any of this. Where are we? " "I told you, I lost my memory," Jack said, reaching out his hands to her. " There was doubt in her voice. "You said you would love me forever but you didn't.
He smiled at Jack and kept dusting. Jack went up the stairs two at a time. In the hallway were dirty plates of food, piles of soiled clothing, and a mound of dirty bed linens. A quick glance showed him that his twin cousins were cleaning out their rooms. Gritting his teeth, Jack yelled, Darci! so loud that it made his body vibrate. When neither of the twins moved, he knew he'd shouted inside his head. Instantly, a vision of a room came into his head. It was the blue bedroom on the third floor. Again, he took the stairs two at a time, strode down the hall angrily, then flung open the door.
Of course not," Jack said aloud as he dipped the sponge into the water and began soaping the Bentley. His father had never done a kind thing in his life. He gave away millions, true, but he refused to meet with any of the people involved with the charities. "I pay them to stay away from me," his father had said when he refused to accept yet another plaque that honored and thanked him. So now Jack was back at his father's house, and he had no idea where to begin trying to find his father. None of his relatives were going to confide in a man they thought was a chauffeur.
Always by Jude Deveraux