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Haldis Imperium [Champions of Terra Book 5] [NOOK Book]

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Amy Tyrell has worked for the most arrogant, obnoxious, and handsome guy she has ever seen for the last few years. His Imperial Highness Palden VII was attached to his Negotiator Tyrell, and considered him his best friend. The armor that was worn by the Negotiators both protected her and kept her from contact, until it came off. Now she was without her protection and she both wanted and dreaded the breeding contract that had been arranged for her with Palden. Will she gain a ...
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Haldis Imperium [Champions of Terra Book 5]

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Overview

Amy Tyrell has worked for the most arrogant, obnoxious, and handsome guy she has ever seen for the last few years. His Imperial Highness Palden VII was attached to his Negotiator Tyrell, and considered him his best friend. The armor that was worn by the Negotiators both protected her and kept her from contact, until it came off. Now she was without her protection and she both wanted and dreaded the breeding contract that had been arranged for her with Palden. Will she gain a lover, but lose a friend?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000111109
  • Publisher: eXtasy eBooks
  • Publication date: 1/27/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 160,870
  • File size: 355 KB

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She walked back onto the stage at the urging of the other dancers. No one seemed surprised or disappointed that she had won. She moved close to Palden, smelling his distinct musk over the scent of female sweat that filled the stage. She gave him a small curtsy and bowed her head. She was a little confused, though. He normally only gave off that heady scent when he was aroused by a female.

She was completely taken aback when he reached forward and grasped her arms, drawing her into his embrace. She was even more surprised when he kissed her as if to devour her very soul. His tongue, lips, and teeth moving together to draw out her reactions and cause her pulse to race. So this was why he never lacked for female companionship. If she had known, she would have jumped him a month ago, the instant that she had landed.

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