- Ellora's Cave
- Release Date
- October 2013
- Book 10 of Western Wind
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance
Brothers reunited. Lovers claimed. Warriors from all over the mega-verse coming together in pursuit of a single goal—to combat an evil that would enslave and destroy them all.
Amazeen warrioress Penthe will allow no man to best her in battle. She slakes her lust with a succession of lovers, but has vowed she will never mate. Yet when she meets the Panthera cat shifter Bane, she may have met her match between the sheets. Bane is riddled with scars, of both the body and the soul, but Penthe vows that her warrior spirit and womanly body will help to make him whole again.
Inside Scoop: This book contains graphic scenes of sexual torture, references to child abuse and the extensive violence that is part and parcel of the Reapers' harsh world, as well as erotic male/male flirtation.
Sep 08, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
168 people found the following review helpful
To combat an evil that would enslave them all, warriors from all over the megaverse unite and the Amazeen warrioress Penthe will meet her match in the Panthera cat shifter Bane in this thrilling paranormal futuristic story.
This steady to fast paced plot keeps readers hovering on the edge of excitement with lots of suspense, drama and romance. The author brings the story to life with well-written scenes and details which inspire vivid images that capture the imagination. The well orchestrated drama and suspense draw the reader deep into the Reaper world and the strong compelling characters grab the reader's attention right from the beginning and ensure that they want to know more.
The attraction between Penthe and Bane burns hot from their first meeting, but of course both being warriors, there will be lots of sparks flying and some red hot sex scenes. Bane captures the heart with his traumatic past, his strength of character and his warrior attitude, and Penthe is the ultimate kick ass female warrior who will stand by his side. There is also some romance between other characters in the story as well, including some erotic male/male flirtation.
This book is a little different from some of the others in that it brings warriors from all over the megaverse together, which causes lots of drama and excitement. Cats and dogs and wolves all in the same room, then add warriors meeting others from their pasts and all hell breaks loose. The story also includes some graphic violence at the hands of the warriors' enemies and in the battle with the enemies, so be prepared to shed some tears at a couple points in the story.
This complex and fascinating world creates some thrilling stories and this one is no different. I was completely caught up from the very beginning.
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