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Publisher's Summary

In Dangerous Tides, Dr. Libby Drake uses her incredible healing powers to help mend the emotionally scarred Ty Derrick. But their burgeoning relationship is threatened by a mysterious man who wants to use Libby's talents for his own dark purposes.
©2006 Christine Feehan (P)2007 Recorded Books
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"A tempting blend of paranormal romance and mystery." ( Booklist)
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5 out of 5 stars
By margaret on 07-19-07

Good. I liked this book.

Dangerous Tides continues the story of the "magical sisters". I enjoyed this book as I have the others preceding it in the series. In this genre Christine Feehan is one of the best at keeping the reader's attention. I am puzzled as always when a series type audio book comes out in the middle of the series. If it is a book I like then I am compelled to go out and buy the other books at the bookstore instead of buying the audio version. Hmmmm.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Cynthia on 06-25-07

fun

I download these books to kill time in traffic..anything by Christine Feehan is always fun..we are not talking about great literature but engaging never the less. I wasn't too crazy about the narrator; there seemed to be some odd gaps at wierd times when one was waiting for the rest of a sentence but it was a good story..

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