Can a warrior elf find a naughty partner to ease his loneliness and fulfil his needs?

Welcome to Club Immortality where all your desires will be fulfilled. Nothing is taboo and privacy is a guarantee.

Veronica Gunn is surprised by a call from her good friend. Although she would rather spend the night alone as she had planned, Veronica goes to Club Immortality to meet her friend and her new boyfriend. When she ...

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Silk and Shadows

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Can a warrior elf find a naughty partner to ease his loneliness and fulfil his needs?

Welcome to Club Immortality where all your desires will be fulfilled. Nothing is taboo and privacy is a guarantee.

Veronica Gunn is surprised by a call from her good friend. Although she would rather spend the night alone as she had planned, Veronica goes to Club Immortality to meet her friend and her new boyfriend. When she gets to the club, she is shocked that an employee party is going on.

As she searches the crowd for her friend, Veronica opens a door and finds herself in a darkened hallway. Closing herself away from the noise, she follows the hall and opens the door to the manager's office. When she sees no one, she turns to leave. A whisper of silk makes her turn and her heart races at the man who detaches from the shadow and stands before her. Harsh need grips her as the man holds up his hand waiting…

As manager of Club Immortality, Zayne has had his share of offers but turns them all away. A loner, he keeps to himself and has no entanglements. He retired from the Htrae Elves, a warrior race, a long time ago.

Along with his retirement, he has given up his need for companionship. Another year alone didn't matter. Until he feels the woman as she enters the doors of the club. He beckons her to him. When the woman finally comes into his office, he sinks into the shadows and watches her. She is sin and temptation, but he must have her no matter the cost. Coming out of the shadows, he raises his hand and waits to see if this woman would take a sensual journey of silk and shadows.

Can a warrior elf find a naughty partner to ease his loneliness and fulfil his needs…

Open the doors and step inside Club Immortality…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781907010613
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/27/2009
  • Series: Club Immortality, #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 40
  • Sales rank: 887,246
  • File size: 374 KB

Meet the Author

Taige Crenshaw has been enthralled with the written word from the time she picked up her first book. It wasn’t long before she started to make up her own tales of romance. Her novels are set in the modern day between people who know what they want and how to get it. Taige also sets her stories in the future with vast universes between beautiful, strange and unique beings with lots of spice and sensuality added to her work. Always hard at work creating new and exciting places Taige can be found curled up with a hot novel with exciting characters when she is not creating her own. Join her in the fun and frolic, with interesting people and far reaches of the world in her novels.
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Veronica Gunn looked back at the address on the paper, and then at the building. Although she had been in this area many times before, she had never seen this place. Club Immortality glowed from the discreet sign above the door. She couldn’t imagine her friend Syn Ash in such a place, much less dating the owner. Curiosity had made her come to meet Syn and her new boyfriend, when she would have rather stayed home, curled up with her Sony e-reader.

“Curiosity will be your downfall, Ronnie,” Veronica said aloud, as was her habit. Then she chuckled. “You spend way too much time alone. You’ve got to stop talking to yourself.”

Veronica shrugged, figuring that as long as she didn’t actually answer herself, she was fine. She debated if she should just go back home and call Syn with an excuse. She had planned on a relaxing night away from the complex computer program she was working on. She didn’t particularly feel like being social. Pursing her full lips, she again felt the curiosity that had made her come in the first place. Cursing her need to know, she walked forward to the door. Absently, she wondered why there was no line to get inside or a bouncer at the door. Veronica glanced up and stopped, her attention caught by carved golden symbols on the door.

From her knowledge of ancient languages, she assumed it was some sort of saying, although she couldn’t place the language or what it said. The ornate, fancy etchings were beautiful. Raising her hand, she touched them, tracing the shapes. A warm tingle spread along her fingers and down her hand. With a gasp, she pulled her hand back and glanced at it. Flecks of gold light circled her hand, then lowered onto it, making it tingle again. The light seemed to disappear right into her skin. Veronica twisted her hand back and forth, confused at what she had seen.

Narrowing her eyes, she reached and traced the symbols again. Nothing happened.

“You’re losing it, Ronnie. Gold lights and ancient symbols. God, you need to get out more.” Laughing at herself, she shook her head.

With one more thought of her e-reader, filled with hot erotic romances, and her waiting vibrator, Veronica gripped the handle of the door and pulled. As the door swung open, she heard the pulsing music that had been muffled. Grimacing, she wondered if she had any Tylenol in her bag for the headache she knew she would get from the loud music. Keeping her gaze down, she stepped through the entrance, then quickly stepped to the side to avoid the people heading out the door. One stopped and looked at her. She glanced up and up. The bright blue gaze made her shift uncomfortably and wish she was anywhere but here. She hated attention.

“You’re not an employee,” a rich baritone said.

Surprised that she could hear him so clearly, and that he was actually talking to her, Veronica checked him out. He was attractive. The man smiled, making him even more handsome. Stupefied at his look and attention, she fumbled with what to say, then cursed herself for being such a social idiot.


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