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Shocking Behavior

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When J.T. Drake is rendered invisible, scientist Roselyn Peabody explains his tingling nerve endings are a result of his unique state. However, J.T. knows sparks of attraction when he feels them, . While Rosy promises to help J.T regain his image, J.T. plots to dazzle her with his sex appeal. (August)
Paperback, 298 pages
Published August 6th 2002 by Love Spell
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Shocking Behavior by Jennifer Archer

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J.T. Drake had always felt he paled in comparison to his father's outrageous inventions. But with the fateful push of a button, one of the professor's madcap gadgets not only knocked him off his feet—it actually rendered him invisible.

Roselyn Peabody's el
Paranormal Romance
The heroine has spent her entire life working on hers experiments, so she has no time to put on makeup of make herself look halfway decent. Her partner in all this is a cooky old man who's son-the hero-wants absolutely nothing to do with him. The hero has had to deal with when it comes to his father and when he shows up at the house and into the middle of an experiment that turns him invisible- the hero is seriously pissed. And so the reluctant hero is forced to stick around with a dad he has ...more
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At the age of ten, Jennifer Archer made up her mind to become a writer. Then she grew up, became “sensible,” and earned a business degree with a minor in accounting instead. After years of trying to find her way through a confusing maze of debits and credits she realized that, for her, accounting was no more sensible than becoming a World Federation wrestler. So in 1993, she enrolled in a creative ...more
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