A Man For Lara

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Elias Smith had been stuck with the title of 'Seeker' by his friend Sam. He has a unique talent, he could find anything, anywhere. Now, here was a gorgeous black-haired beauty asking for "Seeker's" help. "Hell yeah." He would follow her anywhere; even onto that strange looking plane. Lara was relieved, she didn't want to kidnap 'Seeker" because, with one look she'd fallen instantly in love. More

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  • Series: Teeron, Book 7
  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Sci-fi
  • Words: 46,460
  • Language: Australian English
  • ISBN: 9781310824029
About Beth Sadler

Married for 43 years to my own Tall, Dark and Handsome Hero. A marriage that has produced three sons and four young grandchildren.
Through all of life's ups and downs I have always found pleasure in jotting down the scenes that played out in my imagination. Now, I'm finally able to sit at my desk and let the stories flow, (Ah retirement feels good).
Beth Sadler

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About the Series: Teeron
Romantic Sci-Fi Series, with paranormal overtones in many of the books.

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kathrynanne1995 reviewed on on April 1, 2016

I absolutely love love looove this book. I love all the other books, but none of them were as detailed, long, and as exciting as this one!!!!! I loved them, but it just felt like they were too short, for such great stories!
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hrhsophia reviewed on on Jan. 14, 2015

The best and most detailed story so far!
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Melanie Finney reviewed on on Jan. 10, 2015

Another great book- thanks
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Helen McGrath reviewed on on Jan. 10, 2015

This book is great, each Teeron book in the series just gets better.
Can't wait for he next one.
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Patricia Findlay reviewed on on Jan. 9, 2015

I was so excited to see another book in Teeron series. The journey continues
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