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Welcome to a postapocalyptic world, where the afterlife holds beings that only the bravest can summon-or dare to desire.
Taken... read more
In a post-apocalyptic world where supernaturals have emerged from hiding, wealthy humans delight in decadence while the religious gain power through temptation. For the masses, fear reigns from birth to death, and the afterlife holds beings that only the bravest can summon -- or dare to... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
In a post-apocalyptic world where supernaturals have emerged from hiding, wealthy humans delight in decadence while the religious gain power through temptation. For the masses, fear reigns from birth to death, and the afterlife holds beings that only the bravest can summon -- or dare to desire...
Taken from her home and family, shamaness Aisling McConaughey has no choice but to enter the "ghostlands" in order to learn the fate of a wealthy man's mistress. But there is always a price to pay for the use of her power. To save the woman's life she must summon the Djinn prince Zurael en Caym -- and yield to his savage, sensual rage.
Zurael fears nothing except being called and bound to a human's will. He intends to kill Aisling after she's served as bait to find an enemy in possession of an ancient tablet. But the more he tastes of her innocent spirit, the more he'll use his fiery touch and seductive whispers to keep her hungry for his mercy -- even as they weave an erotic spell that he cannot escape...
Powerful forces threaten both their worlds, leaving Aisling and Zurael with an unbearable choice: follow their hearts...or stay true to their honor and risk losing an eternity of pleasure.
“With a click the first lock gave. She opened the barred metal door and found the key for the wooden one. A few seconds later it opened as well. The musty smell was gone, replaced by an unfamiliar exotic spice. It was her only warning before a hand wrapped around her throat and sharp talons scraped lightly over her jugular. "Greetings, child of mud.”Aisling and Zurael
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