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. while the FBI enlists her assist in finding the lacking father of secret agent Jack Rose, Darci indicators on for the covert operation, now not realizing that her charm to good-looking, attractive Jack is set to steer her into lethal territory -- and into an period long 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 main that hyperlinks to the modern day crimes she's got down to resolve? and should a showdown with a depraved strength from the prior carry her hostage...for all eternity?
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I mean, I can't change a person's destiny to die or not die, but it works on some things, like old wounds. Except sometimes, in certain circumstances, with help, it can do other things," she added, then drew in a breath. "Anyway, it looks like that box your father had hidden away lets people…" She trailed off as two women, wearing tight-waisted, full-skirted dresses walked past, bidding them good morning. She was surprised when Jack addressed the women by name. " "My mind seems to be full of two memories.
What were a few tranquilizers? " "I guess we can do it at any time," Darci said slowly, looking at the bedside table. lack followed her eyes and saw the box that had been in the secret room. The bookcase was back in place now. He picked up the box and looked at it, aware that Darci was holding her breath as she watched him. The box was about six inches long, three inches deep and thick. Not big, but it was heavy, as though it held something substantial. The outside seemed to be of silver, old and tarnished, and hammered into a design of raised curls and waves.
Something is hurting me. I can't think dearly. It's after the twelfth, but we didn't marry, did we? " She was standing back now, out of reach of Jack. Quickly, she turned to Darci and her face distorted in rage. "You. " Only Jack's quick reflexes kept Chrissy/Lavender from leaping onto Darci. " jack asked. Slowly, Darci turned her head. In a reversal of roles, she was now lying on J. Barrett Hallbrooke's bed and Jack was holding a cold washcloth to her forehead. "You and your friends," Darci said through a bruised throat.
Always by Jude Deveraux