than Greg knew, creating its own problems and uncovering inimical forces in his world that he never suspected. He’ll have to discover the true hero in himself before he can set things to right and win at love. And that's only the start of a story that includes dinosaurs, murder, evil fae, giant mosquitoes and a rampaging elephant.
Excerpt from Wonder Guy
“Let go.” He plucked at her arms, still clenched around the cherry stem.
Gladly she released it, turning at the urging of his hands to transfer her
hold to him. She clasped her arms around his neck, and in the instant her
eyes met his, looking out from behind his mask, she forgot her fear and her
weariness. A bolt of exhilaration shot through her, an inexplicable joy.
Gloria grinned, letting the world drop away below them. She hardly
registered how they’d shot into the sky, leaving mosquito hordes far below.
She might never have this chance again. The belly dancers of the world
might surround him as soon as they returned to earth, the way they’d done
when he’d stopped that rogue elephant in Uptown. She’d have to go back to
her life and her work and responsibilities. Right now this magnificent
man’s arms wrapped tightly around her and his gaze stayed locked with hers.
For the moment he was hers.
His masked face drew close, his breath warm on her mouth. Gloria leaned in,
brushed her lips across his chiseled, slightly parted ones, thrilled as
they softened and opened beneath her light touch. She bore down, parting
her own lips to kiss him in earnest.
Oh Lord. If they weren’t already up among the clouds she’d be flying now.
Who knew a kiss had the power to unlock such a rush of sensation, become a
whole new dimension of delight? It had never worked that way before. His
mouth met hers with equal fervor and with a tenderness melting her from
crown to toes.
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