Burning Touch

Burning Touch

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by Taige Crenshaw
     
 

Book two in the Club Immortality Series Welcome to Club Immortality where all your desires will be fulfilled. Nothing is taboo and privacy is a guarantee. Kariati I’ausnes didn’t want to go to Club Immortality yet he was talked into it by his brother and cousins. After spending the night avoiding the advances of the women or other beings who felt safe… See more details below

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Book two in the Club Immortality Series Welcome to Club Immortality where all your desires will be fulfilled. Nothing is taboo and privacy is a guarantee. Kariati I’ausnes didn’t want to go to Club Immortality yet he was talked into it by his brother and cousins. After spending the night avoiding the advances of the women or other beings who felt safe approaching his kind in the confines of the club, but would never get near him outside the club door, Kariati is ready to call it a night. A woman captures his attention entrancing him and invoking his lust. When he approaches her and realises she is human he is shocked that this mere mortal has him in her thrall. Unsure if she can withstand his Urgrimo—the burning touch—Kariati accepts her offer of a dance...yet he knew before the night was done they would share so much more. On her way home from dinner with friends Halle James doesn’t know what made her enter a mysterious club she has never seen before. The music moves her and she starts to dance when she is captured by a man who is devastating to all her sense. As the stranger joins her in a sizzling dance a long-held fantasy she has fills her mind. In a blink she finds herself experiencing her deepest desires. Will a Sigrum demon’s need to find the one able to withstand his Urgrimo - the burning touch be fulfilled... Open the doors and step inside Club Immortality...

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906590215
Publisher:
Totally Bound Publishing
Publication date:
05/12/2008
Series:
Club Immortality , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
28
Sales rank:
278,506
File size:
0 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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"l be okay. Thanks for a nice evening.” Halle James tried not to gag as she spoke the words that were a bold faced lie. She gave her friend Kathryn a look that clearly said they would be talking about all that had happened that night. Kathryn winced then came to her.</span>

“I’m sorry,” Kathryn said softly as she hugged her.

“You owe me big,” Halle replied in an equally soft voice.

Kathryn stepped back and went to her husband Chris. They both glared at the man named Dillon whom Halle had dubbed as octopus. Dillon returned the look and sauntered down the block whistling. She sighed and waved at her friends as she walked away from them. Her skin still crawled at the memory of the dinner she’d just had with her friends. They’d been matchmaking again. Dillon, the octopus, had groped her all evening until she’d finally had enough. When she had told him she would cut off his hands if he didn’t keep them to himself, he hadn’t even blinked. He just leered and said he liked it rough.

She’d had seen the look of fury on Chris’ face and had known he was about to deck Dillon. Although she would have enjoyed seeing her date sprawled on his ass, Halle hadn’t wanted a scene. To alleviate the brewing fight, she’d gotten up to leave. Her friends had followed her, as well as the Octopus, outside the restaurant where they’d been having dinner. Dillon was so oblivious to the ass beating he was about to get he’d made another salacious comment. Chris had lunged at him. Dillon was quick on his feet and moved out of the way. It had taken both her and Kathryn to calm Chris down. Instead of leaving, Dillon had stuck around a little distance from them and acted offended. Making a nuisance of himself, he said he didn’t know what their problem was.

Shaking off the thoughts of the evening, Halle swore silently. Her friends didn’t get that she wasn’t interested in them finding her a man whom they thought was perfect for her. Each time they’d tried had been one disaster after another. When she’d asked them to stop, they had backed off for a bit then the matchmaking had started again.

“Tonight is the last straw,” Halle vowed.

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