Anger: Wardstone [The 7 Deadly Sins and Virtues Series] [NOOK Book]

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Alethea Warder wanted nothing more than a quiet life, but she had one violent event in her immediate future. Avenging her mother and destroying her father. Rhys has been sent to stop her, and act as her guardian and husband as far as the Dragon Council is concerned. He arrives to late to stop her beginning, but does stop her ending. Now she has to learn to control the rage within her, or she will be destroyed.
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Anger: Wardstone [The 7 Deadly Sins and Virtues Series]

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Overview

Alethea Warder wanted nothing more than a quiet life, but she had one violent event in her immediate future. Avenging her mother and destroying her father. Rhys has been sent to stop her, and act as her guardian and husband as far as the Dragon Council is concerned. He arrives to late to stop her beginning, but does stop her ending. Now she has to learn to control the rage within her, or she will be destroyed.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781554106721
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 2/14/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 616,059
  • File size: 199 KB

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"Shh. Just relax and rest. Breakfast will be delivered soon." He reached one long arm and yanked the bell pull next to the bed.

"I would like to get dressed." She sat quiescent, his erection still straining against her. He did not seem to be forcing the issue, and he was extremely warm.

"There are no clothes here for you. Or for me."

"What?" That got her out of her comfortable reverie. She bolted off his lap, accidentally putting her hand on his engorged cock as she levered herself off him.

"Ow, be careful!" He curled up and firmly set her on the other side of the bed.

She froze. Once before she had injured a man's private area and it had taken her weeks to heal him. Rhys was much larger than that man...

She prepared to flee quickly if he made a move toward her.

He shifted slightly to give his lightly bruised flesh a little more room.

"Sorry, I shouldn't have startled you like that, given your position." His voice was strained, a light sheen of sweat on his brow.

She blinked in astonishment. "Wait. You are apologizing to me? I just injured you."

"Yes, because I gave you a nasty surprise. Being unclothed in a room with a strange man cannot be a normal occurrence for you. But it would be nice if you expressed some remorse for the injury. Not that I mind your hand on me, but next time use a little less force."

He grinned, and his face was transformed.

"I am sorry to have, uh..."

"Crushed my balls, bruised my cock?"

Her face was a furious red. "Yes. Sorry. I didn't mean to."

"Apology accepted."

A knock at the door caused her to jump in surprise. Fortunately, he was a safe distance away.

"Ah, that would bebreakfast." He slid out of the bed and sauntered over to open the door. An elf in a scarlet tunic carried a massive tray before him. He set it on a table in the corner, in front of the only chair.

Rhys lounged against the wall, completely at ease with his nudity.

"Thank you, Rifal. It was kind of you to agree to assist us."

"Lord Marcus is making it worth my while, be assured of that. Hauling food up to the tower is too much for any of the maids, let alone the scandalous sight of you running around naked."

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