This is a companion novel to Vigil, but you don’t need to have read Vigil to read it. It stands alone.
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Gail Germain isn’t quite sure how she ends up sharing a blistering kiss with superhero Steel, but she has to admit she wants his sizzling, chiseled body. Steel’s seven feet tall, carved from rippling muscles, and dizzyingly luscious. He also happens to shift back into Finnegan Flint, the billionaire head of the Sorrelco corporation, who’s sort of, um, her boss.
Thing is, when Finn is Steel, he’s out of control, and he’s afraid he might break her. What’s worse, getting close to her flips his Steel switch.
No matter what they both want, Finn insists that, from now on, they have to keep their hands off each other.
Yeah, right. Gail wants Steel bad. And not just his body. She wants the whole package. The superhero and the man behind him–a complicated guy who hides his pain behind a wry smile.
He makes her quiver. He makes her yearn. He makes her crazy.
No matter the risk, she can’t give him up.