Tears of the Reaper (WesternWind Series #4)

Tears of the Reaper (WesternWind Series #4)

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by Charlotte Boyett-Compo
     
 

WesternWind, Book Four

Reaper Owen Tohre has looked into the blazing fires of hell and known its brutal flames. After his last assignment, he is not the man he once thought himself to be and the difference is eating away at his soul. His internal strife is tearing him apart and the only way he has found to handle it is by abusing the strong narcotic that keeps… See more details below

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WesternWind, Book Four

Reaper Owen Tohre has looked into the blazing fires of hell and known its brutal flames. After his last assignment, he is not the man he once thought himself to be and the difference is eating away at his soul. His internal strife is tearing him apart and the only way he has found to handle it is by abusing the strong narcotic that keeps his beastly side in check.

Having left the Citadel for a while to come to terms with what happened to him, he finds himself riding close to the international border between the Wismin Territory of Serenia and the Manontaque Province of the Northmen Cadre when he hears a young boy screaming for help. Without thinking he goes to the boy's aid, but after saving the child, Tohre goes into a violent seizure that nearly claims his life.

Awakening in a strange bed, in a strange place populated by a strict cult of stern men and subservient women, Tohre will find himself reflected in the fearful lilac eyes of Rachel Lawrence. Realizing this woman is his destiny, Tohre will risk everything to make her his own.

Reader Advisory: While a standalone, it is recommended the books be read in order for better reader enjoyment and understanding.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419908095
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
03/21/2007
Series:
WesternWind Series , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
523,671
File size:
0 MB

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