Untouchable

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Overview

A cause for celebration: a new series from the author of the Prince trilogy.

For the Emperor of Colymbyana, no bride can compare to Sanura, an exotic slave with the power to see into men's souls. To touch her brings incredible pleasure—and certain death. Even for his brother, who loves her ardently. This is their story.

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Overview

A cause for celebration: a new series from the author of the Prince trilogy.

For the Emperor of Colymbyana, no bride can compare to Sanura, an exotic slave with the power to see into men's souls. To touch her brings incredible pleasure—and certain death. Even for his brother, who loves her ardently. This is their story.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616850579
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 6/4/2010
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Posted December 6, 2009

    Not Impressed

    I bought this book because it was going to be something different and that is what I got. I had to make myself read this book just to get to the end. I ordered all of the books in this series but after this one, I had to return the others. The woman was a little conceited and the man was a little unpredictable considering that he has a personality disorder. It was a little annoying. The story line kept jumping also to another couple on which I still don't understand where they came from, but it didn't matter. I did a lot of skimming after that happened. The only thing that was interesting was the child in the book and the connection that she had with her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Loved it

    Hope for more like these

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  • Posted May 10, 2009

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    KEEPER.....For sure!

    This is my 1st time read for author Linda Windstead Jones. It is an easy and fast reading book. The kind of book where you can't stop turning the pages. Very sensual and hot romance between Sanura and Alix. The secondary story between Laris & Verity was just as enjoyable. This book is a for sure keeper and nice addition to my library. I can't wait for her next book in this new trilogy, Emperor's Bride.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2008

    a winning combo of mystery and romance inside a fantasy realm

    Colymbyana Emperor Jahn sends his twin brother Alix to escort two of the six potential brides he is considering making his empress to the palace. One of the chosen is sex slave Sanura. She has several extraordinary skills as she can see into the heart of a person, bring pleasure to die for to her master and has a blue dye that covers her skin that if conveyed to someone means horrific death to the receiver.---------- Alix is attracted to Sanura, which does not surprise her as every male is. However, she is shocked that she reciprocates as she feels for her escort who suffers from a multiple personality syndrome. Alix is a kind soul, but his alter-ego is brutal. When he is accused of murder, he accepts the charge because he knows if his other self can get out of control and kill so he is uncertain whether he did the deed or not. Sanura thinks otherwise and plans to prove the duality man she loves would never kill in cold blood even his harsher side.----------- With nods towards Rogue of the X-Men and Two-Face of Batman, UNTOUCHABLE is a fabulous romantic investigative fantasy starring two interesting protagonists. The title character is heroic and lonely until now Alix is the more fascinating individual as he suffers from a duality that is 180 degrees apart. Their love seems forbidden especially since she is a potential bride of his brother the ruler making her even further UNTOUCHABLE. Linda Winstead Jones provides the sub-genre with a winning combo of mystery and romance inside a fantasy realm.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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