Saturday, May 23, 2009

Saturday Book News





Ru-Noc: A magical world teetering on the edge of destruction.
Excited about her first Beltane, the feisty and strong-willed Princess of Ru-Noc makes plans to find her ideal mate. But Princess Kali’s world is turned upside down when finds herself whisked away and trapped in the mortal realm of vampires.
Captain Koran T knows he’s in serious trouble when the King of Ru-Noc orders him to kidnap Princess Kali. He’s no different than any other male of his species at mating time, so the urge to breed Kali is strong. But Koran T has a dark secret of his own, one that could have him banished from the coven.
Fall under the spell of a Witch’s Moon—when dark forces gather to threaten the very existence of Ru-Noc—and Princess Kali and Captain Koran cross swords in a fierce battle only a witch can win!


Koran sighed. It had been a stupid, risky thing to do. He should never have allowed it to happen. But the temptation to teach her a lesson had overridden the need to handle her with care. When he’d realized she was outside his window watching him wash off, he’d intended to teach her a lesson by linking their minds. Only—

Only it had all gone so wrong.

He hadn’t expected to discover she wanted him as much as he wanted her. Once their minds were linked, Kali had no secrets left. He was stunned to learn her secret desires. He was able to hide his thoughts, his desire, but he raped her of hers and he raped her body, mentally. He’d given her everything she wanted from him.

Koran closed his eyes and rubbed a hand down his face. He didn’t know which of them it hurt the worse. When it was over, physically, they were both satisfied, but the link had only made them both more aware of the other. There were no secrets left about their bodies. He knew her body intimately, just as she knew his. He’d come so damned hard, he thought the head of his cock was going to explode.

When he broke the link, their eyes met. She looked utterly devastated. Tears welled in her eyes. She whirled and ran away, as fast as she could run. He hadn’t tried to stop her. He hadn’t dared.

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