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Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction

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Published by Lisa Arnopp
Eric was a ticking time bomb and he knew it. The last two years had brought about enemies that were proving to be formidable and persistent. When he blew up and hit Greg, he knew he went too far and try as he might, he couldn’t contain his temper completely. How could he when people were dead set to hurt his inner circle and more often than not they targeted his talented little sister Kate? When a new foe reared its pretty head he used his metaphysical skills to test his rival. Unfortunately metaphysics had nothing on chemistry.

This book is the sequel to Momentum which is the sequel to Synergy.
Eric was a ticking time bomb and he knew it. The last two years had brought about enemies that were proving to be formidable and persistent. When he blew up and hit Greg, he knew he went too far and try as he might, he couldn’t contain his temper completely. How could he when people were dead set to hurt his inner circle and more often than not they targeted his talented little sister Kate? When a new foe reared its pretty head he used his metaphysical skills to test his rival. Unfortunately metaphysics had nothing on chemistry.

This book is the sequel to Momentum which is the sequel to Synergy.

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Published by: Lisa Arnopp on Jul 20, 2010
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“Of course, who wouldn’t want that?” He answered and peaked up at his date.

“I didn’t say anything, well, not out loud.” Lori floated her eyes upward as she explained her trap.

He scowled. “Clever.” She had out flirted him.

She dropped her arms one over the other on the table and leaned forward. “Why don’t you stop

reading my mind long enough that we can have a mutual conversation before I get to the end of the Iliad?”

“Fair enough.” He didn’t. She didn’t have any skills to detect him.

“Now who is playing dumb? And it isn’t becoming.” She put the blackberry face up on the table.

“I’ll leave this here. If you start to do anything and I miss it, it won’t.”

He stopped reading her mind and two of seven blue bars shorten on the screen. “See, I’m being

good.” He forced a smile. She had gained some control.

“It measures electronic waves in people.”

“Electronic waves?”

“Your brainwaves are different because you can do these things. How many things can you do?

Usually there is only one or two bars but you have high activity in all six areas.”

“It can’t tell you what I do?” He was glad to have some secrets left. He felt over exposed.

“Mind reading and invisibility.” She scrutinized him. “Is this how you really look like?”

“Why would you think that?” Then Eric remembered that Kate was disguised as Frankie’s twin at

the meeting they snuck into a week earlier. “Yes, I really look like this.”

He heard her think good. She hadn’t noticed and her device didn’t change shape. He must have

picked it up with telepathy, which meant she subconsciously wanted him to hear. The corners of his mouth

lifted.

“And you’re telekinetic.” She had figured it out when he stole her machine.

“Enough analysis.” It was her turn to start spilling information. He was annoyed that he couldn’t

woo her to his will. His smile was useless if he couldn’t read her mind and he couldn’t with that infernal

machine on the table.

“What I don’t understand is this seventh bar. It should be the same size as the longest of the

others. It is an overall reading and on a second axis. The graph is designed to keep it level with the most

developed reading. Looks like that has to do with movement of some kind, probably telekinesis and

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