Blood Proxy [Rune Series: Uruz] [NOOK Book]

Overview

Trained as a Companion for the Alliance, Eleanor Palmer has had a recurring assignment on the Vimpyr homeworld. When death and treachery takes the king and his heir, she takes action and runs with the only surviving member of the bloodline in tow. As Commander Matias joins both herself and her charge, she learns what it is to become Vimpyr. To be the Vimpyr heir's Blood Proxy. Join her as she tries to separate hormones, blood lust, and lust for power in her bid to keep an empire...
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Blood Proxy [Rune Series: Uruz]

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Overview

Trained as a Companion for the Alliance, Eleanor Palmer has had a recurring assignment on the Vimpyr homeworld. When death and treachery takes the king and his heir, she takes action and runs with the only surviving member of the bloodline in tow. As Commander Matias joins both herself and her charge, she learns what it is to become Vimpyr. To be the Vimpyr heir's Blood Proxy. Join her as she tries to separate hormones, blood lust, and lust for power in her bid to keep an empire alive.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000116456
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 5/15/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,100,461
  • File size: 396 KB

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"Ok. Let's get this started, Doctor."

"Fine. Disrobe. I will prepare the initial stages." He moved over to a tray of supplies, and she began to peel off the battle gear she had been wearing. The buckles and ties fought her for a moment, and then the rigid breastplate fell away, followed by the tight leather trousers and boots.

She sat quietly, nude, and waited for the physician to turn. When he did his eyes widened in surprise.

"It is a shame that your species doesn't go into heat. You are quite lovely." He extended his hand to lead her to the top of the tank and help her in.

She had had repairs to her body before, on occasion. This was no different. He inserted the IV wires while she adjusted the mask that would provide a portion of her air. The rest of the oxygen would be brought in through her lines and tubes. Waste tubes were also placed and that was one thing that did make her blush to the roots of her hair.

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