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Spirit Bound by Christine Feehan
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Dec 27, 11

bookshelves: own, read-in-2011, romance, paranormal, america, contemporary, one-of-my-favorites, nor, arc-copy, reviewed
Read from November 26 to December 02, 2011

4.5 Stars--the review that follows is a partial review. To view the full text, please visit:

Judith Henderson is an artist that puts her whole heart and soul into her work. And since she is an
element, with a strong psychic gift connected to spirit, that means that she puts a lot more than just passion into it, and it shows. But after an unfortunate occurrence in Paris, which leads to her brother's death in Greece, she suddenly finds herself unable to contain all her dark emotions. Scared that she might hurt others with their intensity, she begins to lock them away on secret paintings that she keeps hidden in her house. She's certain that she will never again have a normal life and has resigned herself to putting on a happy face whenever she's around others, never to experience true happiness, true love, for herself... Until she meets Thomas Vincent, a sexy, if a bit shy, businessman. Suddenly she finds herself opening up to him, something she hasn't done before—and it scares her.

Stefan Prakenskii is a tough, and very lethal, warrior. As an undercover agent, trained in horrible
schools in Russia, he is a ghost; he doesn't really exist and his only mission is to carry out the orders of his handlers, killing without a thought. His latest mission has taken him to Sea Haven, where his cover is that of a businessman interested in buying the local gallery. He has worked for years on this cover, and anyone would believe that he is actually Thomas Vincent. But as he begins to fall hard for Judith, he finds himself wishing that he was actually Thomas, rather than who he is: a shadow of a man with the training of a beast. But as much as he loves Judith, how can he stay with her, knowing the dangers his presence would bring to her home, to her family, to her?

Judith wishes to hide herself and her emotions away from the world, locked away so no one can see.
So no one can get hurt. Stefan has been taught since a child to keep emotions out of the equation, to
be nothing more than a trained shadow, there and yet never seen. But for the first time in his life, Stefan wants to act on his new found emotions, and there is only one woman he wants to do that with: Judith.

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11/26/2011 page 25
11/30/2011 page 130
33.0% "Loving it--just wish I had more free time to read it right now!"
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