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Fiction Fantasy

Edge of Dawn

by (author) Patti O'Shea

Initial publish date
Jun 2009
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jun 2009
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Glass artist Shona Blackwood has lost her ability to create, but instead of panic, all she feels is apathy. Her detachment is shaken when she narrowly avoids being mugged, thanks to a timely rescue by a man who makes all her senses come roaring to life.

Logan Andrews is a magical troubleshooter assigned to protect Shona from an unseen enemy. Shona is unaware that magic actually exists and Logan is under orders not to tell her, but it isn't long before he finds his loyalty torn between his people and the passionate woman he is guarding.

He thought this would be a straightforward job, but Logan quickly realizes that in an edgy contest between magic and passion, love is destined to win.

About the author

Contributor Notes

Born with a need to see everything, PATTI O'SHEA has traveled to far off and exotic places like Papua New Guinea, Fanning Island, and the Yukon Territory in Canada. She currently lives in Minnesota, where she works for Northwest Airlines.

Editorial Reviews

â??Non-stop action, magic-laced suspense and some sizzling sexual chemistry fuelIn Twilight's Shadow, Patti O'Shea's latest inventive paranormal romance.â? â??Chicago Tribune on In Twilight's Shadow

â??In Twilight's Shadow is a fresh and dark paranormal romance that should not be missed.â? â??Romance Reviews Today on In Twilight's Shadow

â??In Twilight's Shadowis a terrific new story from Patti O'Shea. She bats them out of the park, one after the other. This one will keep you on the edge of your seat and reading well into the night.â? â??Fresh Fiction on In Twilight's Shadow

â??Patti O'Shea is a voice and talent to be reckoned with.In the Midnight Hour is gripping and wonderful, everything a paranormal should be.â? â??Sherrilyn Kenyonn on In The Midnight Hour

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