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Desert of the Damned

Desert of the Damned

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by Kathy Kulig
     
 

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While working on an environmental project in the Arizona desert, research scientist Amy Weston finds herself caught in the war between two men. Dante Akanto lures her into the desert to explore the dark side of her passions, pleasuring her in ways she never thought possible with his bizarre sex games. And park ranger Jake Montag has a compelling mysticism and powerful

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While working on an environmental project in the Arizona desert, research scientist Amy Weston finds herself caught in the war between two men. Dante Akanto lures her into the desert to explore the dark side of her passions, pleasuring her in ways she never thought possible with his bizarre sex games. And park ranger Jake Montag has a compelling mysticism and powerful sensuality that's impossible to resist.

But the two men, demon and shapeshifter, are engaged in a supernatural fight between worlds. Amy and her high level of life force energy is the key. Dante's world and his immortality depend on claiming her as his own. The choice Amy makes between the two men will affect both her world and her future.

Reader Advisory: Contains scenes of mild bondage.

Publisher Note: This book is loosely based on a short story previously published elsewhere.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419919527
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
12/19/2008
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
494,290
File size:
966 KB

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Desert Of The Damned 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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You people should just read this novel yourselves and write your own review on this book. I really enjoyed reading this novel veru much. ShelleyMA
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kinda explicit bt nt bad
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I read lots of free "romance" books and some are great and some fall short. This one fell short for me, but it also is not the worst thing I have ever read. It moves too slow and drags out the story unnecessarily. It also seemed very choppy, the transitions were not very smooth between the different pieces of the story, and the steamy parts seemed a little frenetic, but not in a good way.
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I liked the storyline of the book overall but honestly i wasnt a big fan of the characters. Jake seemed to get wussyfied the further along it went and amy was, quite honestly, a little ho-ish. One scene was "oh, dante" and then five minutes later "oh god, jake". I kept thinking, geez, pick just one already. Dante may have been using compulsion on her but it seemed like she didnt really fight it. Sadly, the most likeable character was dante and he was suppose to be the bad guy. But the book was free and it wasnt bad so cant complain too much.
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The book wasn't bad, but kinda of skipped through it. I just might not have been in the mood for the story though.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book