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Talking Sense

(The third book in the Sensual Healing series)
A novel by

One touch, and he's lost...

Since the tragic car accident that left Mia Nicholls with an injured back and a guilty heart, falling in love has been the last thing on her mind. Then Colm Molony, the sexy Celt, gives her a more-than-friends birthday kiss that sets her bells ringing.

Colm knew Mia would be trouble as soon as he laid eyes on her, which is one reason he's kept his distance. His plan to return to Ireland at the end of the year is another. But when Colm holds Mia's watch and uses his supernatural ability to sense emotions, his instinct to comfort her overrides his intention to keep away.

On a teaching course, Colm tries to relieve Mia's pain through a combination of comforting talk, massage, and a fun game of strip whist. Inevitably this leads to a physical and then an emotional relationship neither of them expected. They're both determined not to fall for each other, but a shocking twist leaves them poised on the edge of a remarkable love, if only they can put their pasts to rest.

Warning: contains men in rugby shorts, strip whist, and a touch of the Twilight Zone.

Previously published by Samhain Publishing.



"I think this was the best book of the series and the whole story was captivating to read in one day... There was an easy flow to the story and very well written. Serenity Woods wrote a complete romance for me. She gives me everything I like in a romance from desire and heat between the main characters, a good plot and a happy ending for the couple at the end of the story. This is one of my favourite series from a very good writer and is highly recommended." 5 Stars and "Purest Delight" badge from Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

"I really enjoyed the storyline and the characters were fun to get to know... I'm new to Ms. Woods writing, but after reading this I'd be very interested in reading more from her in the near future." Night Owl Reviews

"I love this world Ms. Woods has created, with real people and possibilities of something just a little more. The characters are charismatic and likeable, and the situations never feel contrived or unrealistic." 5 Stars from LAS Reviews

Genre: Romance

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