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Descended from the winged gryffins and armed with poisonous barbs on their knuckles, the mighty Gryffin are humanoid creatures both deadly and dangerous. They are feared for their power and strength, though regarded as ...
Descended from the winged gryffins and armed with poisonous barbs on their knuckles, the mighty Gryffin are humanoid creatures both deadly and dangerous. They are feared for their power and strength, though regarded as "animal" by the prejudiced humans dwelling on the far side of the treacherous divide. And yet, human females are highly prized as mates-it is perhaps every Gryffin male's fantasy to have a woman like Chiarra in his fold.
Determined to save the girl from certain death, Jarrk fights for the right to claim her-only to be shamed in front of his people by the hostile, arrogant little human. Thus ensues a battle of wills between the two-a struggle born of pride, prejudice and misconception-fired by a dangerous, unwanted attraction that cannot be denied.
By the time Chiarra's past catches up to her, Jarrk has developed a taste for all this sensual creature can offer him-and claimed Chiarra as his own. He'll kill the man who dares to touch his female. Now they are on the run, but a Gryffin and human together make a conspicuous pair. Though they might outwit the men who seek Chiarra's life, they'll never outrun the huge reward offered for her capture.
Only a combination of human ingenuity and animal instinct will save them-only with unconditional trust can they find the true promise of love.
Kingdom of Khal: Redeeming Davik By Madison Hayes Set in an ancient world peopled by strange races with paranormal abilities, Davik's story takes you to the Kingdom of Khal, where civil war between North and South threatens to tear the country apart.
When the besieging army captures a beautiful Northern Rebel, the girl gives her word to submit to the two Southern Princes in return for their promise to neither force nor bind her. Almost from the start, Prince Davik regrets enslaving the North Country girl. Even more, he resents having to share Petra with his brother. But Davik, experiencing arousal overload, is unable to deny his body's insatiable demand for the quiet, mysterious beauty.
After four days and nights of relentless sex, Davik realizes he can no longer take part in Petra's sexual coercion. He's poised to free the girl when his life is abruptly, tragically changed, and the tables are turned. Now cold, determined hatred threatens to destroy The Prince of Khal; only by love will he be redeemed.
Davik discovers revenge to be a haunting victory while Petra risks love and life to repair the Southern Prince-and return him to power.
Posted May 24, 2012
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