By Sylvia Day
Number one ny occasions bestselling writer Sylvia Day, America's most popular writer of provocative fiction, grants the debut novel from Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin. the belief that Jax nonetheless affected me so strongly was once a jagged tablet to swallow. He'd simply been a part of my lifestyles for 5 brief weeks years in the past. yet now he was once again. jogging right into a deal I'd labored tough to shut. And God, he was once fantastic. His eyes have been a brown so darkish they have been approximately black. Thickly lashed, they have been relentless of their depth. Had i actually proposal they have been smooth and hot? there has been not anything gentle approximately Jackson Rutledge. He was once a troublesome and jaded guy, lower from a ruthless textile. In that second I understood how badly i wished to resolve the secret of Jax. undesirable adequate that I didn't brain how a lot it used to be going to price me...
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The young inventor, who was quick with tools, soon had the improvised wire in place. He tested the spark and found that it was almost as good as when the regular copper conductor was in place. Then, having taken a spare bit of the barbed−wire along in case of another emergency, he jumped on the motor−cycle, pedaled it until sufficient speed was attained, and turned on the power. " he cried as the welcome explosions sounded. "I guess I've fooled Happy, Harry! I'll get to Albany pretty nearly on time, anyhow.
Swift and Tom he made a jump to one side and got behind a big packing−box. "That's queer," spoke Tom. " "I'll soon see," rejoined Mr. Swift, and he started on a run toward where the man was hiding. Tom followed his father, and as the two inventors reached the box the man sprang from behind it and down the yard to a lane that passed in back of the Swift house. As he ran he was seen to stuff some papers in his pocket. "My plans! " cried Mr. Swift. " Tom ran after the stranger, whose curious actions had roused their suspicions, while Mr.
He's playing a part. " Then the ragged man spoke again: "I s'pose it was part my fault, cully. I didn't know dat any guy was comin' along on one of dem buzz−machines, or I'd been more careful. " and he looked at Tom more boldly. This time his words seemed so natural, and his beard, now that Tom took a second look at it, so much a part of himself, that the young inventor wondered if he could have been mistaken in his first surmise. CHAPTER XI. A VINDICTIVE TRAMP 35 Tom Swift and His Motor−cycle "Perhaps he was once a gentleman, and has turned tramp because of hard luck," thought Tom.