Edge of Fear by Cherry Adair

Edge of Fear

byCherry Adair

Kobo ebook | July 25, 2006

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He would rewrite the past to save the woman he loves.

The fearless Caleb Edge is one of three brothers assigned to the top-secret paranormal unit of an elite counterterrorism group. As a prized T-FLAC agent, Caleb uses his special mystical gifts to rewind history, halt evil in its tracks, and protect innocent people . . . like Heather Shaw.

The beautiful daughter of a terrorism financier, Heather watched her father brutally murder her mother. Now, to escape his clutches, Heather begins a new life, far from the realm of power and privilege in which she grew up. On the hunt for Heather’s father, Caleb hopes that Heather can lead him to his target, and he’ll do anything to achieve his objective –even if it means using his striking good looks to his advantage. But in the face of malevolent forces, Caleb doesn’t anticipate a burning conflict between duty and desire, or that he might have to use his power to turn back time–not for justice, but for love.

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Title:Edge of FearFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 25, 2006Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0345493494

ISBN - 13:9780345493491


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Edge of Fear Heather Shaw has escaped the brutal crutches of her father by creating a new life for herself. She is soon sought out by Caleb Edge who believes she can lead him to her father. Caleb is soon finding out that the line between doing his duty and protecting Heather is very thin. He may be forced to use his special gift of turning back time to save the woman he has fallen in love with. Another great book in the Edge Brothers/TFLAC series. I was not disappointed and you won’t be either!
Date published: 2013-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it Better than the first! This book is a real page turner. It kept me reading into the long hours of the night. I couldn't put it down.
Date published: 2007-01-11