Thursday, February 27, 2020

Swoon Thursday ~ 2/27/20

Who doesn't LOVE a good swoon?!  We love them for sure!  Check out our swoon below and then add to the fun.

Post anything that made you swoon, past or present read.  Include the cover, blurb and links.  Please no spoilers.

The sparks of unexpected passion ignite in this electrifying GhostWalker novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan.

When Malichai Fortunes attacks a problem, he does it full force--a habit that earns the GhostWalker a painful injury and a forced vacation in San Diego, California. With nothing but physical therapy on the horizon, Malichai is starting to get restless...until a striking blue-eyed blonde makes all his senses come alive.

Amaryllis is kind and warm and sees beyond Malichai's rough exterior, but he can tell there's something she's hiding. Her innate healing abilities indicate she might be a GhostWalker--albeit an untrained one. Malichai doesn't think their crossing paths is anything more than coincidence, but he can sense that one wrong word could send Amaryllis running.

When strange events at his temporary retreat put Malichai on high alert, he knows he won't be able to deal with the threat and keep his woman safe in his weakened state. But calling in his brothers means telling Amaryllis what he really is, and revealing that he knows the truth about her too...


Then his mouth was on hers and his mind shut down.  The taste of her, the heat, took him like a wildfire spreading through his body.  It seemed she poured liquid fire down his throat to find his veins.  His heart pounded.  He found himself kissing her like a starved man, feeding off her.  Wanting, even needing, more from her.  It was never going to be enough.  Never.  (page 99)

Really enjoying this one.  Malichai is a good man and I adore him.  I'm behind on the series but decided to read this one anyway.  It's all good.  This make sense.  Have you read anything from it?

That's our swoon this week!  What about you?  Leave us a comment & a link.


  1. I've never even read a Christine Feehan book! I know. How awful is that? I'm glad you posted this! I'm going to have to pick up something of hers; maybe the first in this series!