Author takes reader to "The Edge of Danger"
It's a matter of national security, but in order to get the information from Eden's mind, Gabriel has to get close to her which he refuses to do.
You see, along with being wizards, Gabriel and his two brothers are also under a curse put upon their family by the witch Nairne. If the Edge brothers marry for love instead of duty, nothing they do will be able to protect their Lifemate from certain death.
Gabriel's not saying that Eden is his Lifemate, in fact he adamantly refuses to believe she is, but he can't deny she affects him like no other woman he's ever met. So he thinks the smart thing to do is avoid any physical contact with her. Unfortunately for Gabriel, Eden is strong-willed and Gabriel can't access her mind.
Eden has information on a device that has been stolen by terrorists. T-FLAC needs to know just how much damage the device can do in the wrong hands and Eden hasn't exactly been forthcoming.
Gabriel has no other choice. He kidnaps Eden, both to get the information he needs and to protect her from the same people who took the device.
Fans of Cherry Adair can look forward to another thrilling novel of suspense in "Edge of Danger," the first in new trilogy about the Edge brothers.