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What do you do when your soulmate turns out to be a thief? Steal her, of course. Phoenix was raised within the Community, a gang of thieves with paranormal powers, under the control of a harsh master known as the Seer. The notion that there's a soulmate out there for every person with a paranormal gift is mere myth in Phoenix's world. That is until the Seer gives Phoenix the details of her next target, Yves Benedict. He's more than just her next victim, he is her destiny. To be together, Phoenix must break away from the Community but resistance against the Seer puts them both in mortal danger. Phoenix has never trusted anyone before, now it's time to trust Yves with her life
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Joss Stirling studied English at Cambridge and has always been fascinated by the idea that life is more than what we see on the surface. Stealing Phoenix follows on from the success of Finding Sky.Review:
Praise for Finding Sky: "Finding Sky is something really unique . . . it's not about vampires, werewolves or even fallen angels . . . Tingly, romantic, funny in places, warming, adventurous are just a few words I could use to describe Finding Sky."
"This book has love, bad guys and a sexy hot guy with a motorbike. What more can a girl want?" --Blogspot.com
"I would love to spend more time with these characters, especially those Benedict boys! I will be eagerly on the look?out for Joss Stirling's next book." --Iwanttoreadthat, Blogspot.com
"I've been thinking about it for days since I read it. Joss Stirling is definitely a name I will be looking out for in future and based on what I've read so far, I'd buy her next book without needing to read the synopsis, ESPECIALLY if it was a sequel to Finding Sky." --Narrativelyspeaking, Blogspot.com
"An edge-of-your-seat paranormal romance for girls who want more than just a romance." --Lovereading4kids
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110192756583
Book Description Oxford University Press, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0192756583