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Tailspin

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by Denise Rossetti
 
Book 2 in the Phoenix Rising series.

From his magnificent tawny wings to his wicked feathery tail, Miriliel the Burnished is masculine perfection.

One glance and Fledge knows she's outclassed. After all, she's a small, ordinary circus girl with no education, no looks and no prospects. Mirry's not only a warrior of the Aetherii but also a scholar of renown.

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Book 2 in the Phoenix Rising series.

From his magnificent tawny wings to his wicked feathery tail, Miriliel the Burnished is masculine perfection.

One glance and Fledge knows she's outclassed. After all, she's a small, ordinary circus girl with no education, no looks and no prospects. Mirry's not only a warrior of the Aetherii but also a scholar of renown. Mesmerized by the power of his personality and her desire to be mastered, Fledge gives herself up for lost. But she can't help thinking if only she had wings, she'd soar with Mirry in a Mating Flight for the ages. If only...

Mirry has lots of things on his oh-so-clever mind. An ageless demon captured his friend, Janarnavriel the Noir, and it's using the dark warrior's beautiful body for a perverted playground. All Mirry has to do is rescue his friend, finish his encyclopedia and educate Fledge. By the time he's finished, she'll know how to read, write and submit for her pleasure - and his. In between, he needs to kill a deathless demon, sort out his complicated feelings for Jan and show Fledge the secret of an Aetherii orgasm.

Not to worry. He's made a list...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419958717
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing
Publication date:
03/01/2009
Series:
Phoenix Rising
Pages:
404
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)

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Tailspin 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
asarge More than 1 year ago
This is a very sweet and touching story. The interaction between Fledge and Mirry is *sigh* material, but Jan could have used some more character development. That and the story ended much too abruptly after an uncomfortably improbable 'mating fligh' senario. The thing about the sling and staps was just jarring and only served to push the reader out of the story. If there were another novel in the works that could explain the sudden ending, but I haven't seen anything suggesting there is so . . . If not for those things I would have given it five stars. Either way it's well worth a few hours of your time.
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