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HEAT: 5 flames
“Just take the damn thing off where you are,” he snarled annoyed.
The unfortunate answer to both our questions is...
"Love gone wrong hurts so goddamn much, but it’s nothing compared to the pains of repressing its memory." Duncan Caldwell
"Test your beliefs against who you’re becoming." Duncan Caldwell
"You need to consider people as human beings and not as genders or categories." Duncan Caldwell
“Can you honestly tell me there’s someone else, besides her, who with a mere glance, turns on that dark, cruel side of yours, which you’ve taken so much pain to keep hidden even from me?”
From the annoyed frown, Duncan knew he had touched his angel’s raw and burning spot, another victory in the undeclared war they were fighting, which made him harder than he had ever been.
“You fucking bastard, do you think you’re in any better position?” Sliding his butt forward, Chris sucked the entire erection straight up the ass, leaving only the balls out, but just barely. “Do you think I don’t know how badly you want to pledge to her? Or how much you’d give to be in my shoes rather than having to pass as her brother for the rest of your life?”
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"Eroticism off the charts!" The Romance Reviews (TRR)
The prince, his lover, his woman…to be one…whilst still three…defeating the darkness of their own lust…that’s the magic of the Virtus Saga and transformation...what else?
The book that continues it all—the reunion, the connection, but also the blood, the separation and the victory. The third chapter seals a destiny started with the first chapter, however its ending.
"THE FESTIVAL is another entrancing installment of the fantasy romance series the Virtus Saga, and it has a gripping plot, fascinating characters and an immense amount of eroticism. I have a wonderful time reading the series thus far, and I can't wait for more of the series to be unveiled." The Romance Reviews (TRR) rated it 4 Stars
"For one who can certainly create an interesting story, Laura Tolomei gives readers a first hand look at an unusual relationship that has the potential to either turn sour, or produce three contented individuals who make it work, and Christopher regardless of his feelings of hatred, and jealousy toward her, he has to please his lover, Duncan by letting him take her to their bed for them all to enjoy. I thought the dialogue significantly conflict based between the two males and the one woman. It made me needs to want the three of them to be happy in some small way and stop their constant bickering long enough to enjoy their love. The Festival: Virtus Saga: Book 3 has all the edge you need to start reading, and keep on finding out more about the character's lives, and what it is that turns them on. The Festival: Virtus Saga: Book 3 is one to buy, but would recommend you read the first two volumes in the saga first as it will make sure youget the full benefit of the story and enjoy the experience to the full. Purchase this novel by Laura Tolomei at eXcite Publishing and immerse yourself in the world of the most sensual characters you will ever meet." Romance at Heart
"Christopher Templeton is joint leader along with Prince Duncan Caldwell, and Christopher is an extremely handsome male specimen who by his lover's confession could have anyone he wants as he is tall, elegant, desirable, and has a lithe body that exudes sex from every pore. He loves Duncan with all his heart, yet is annoyed when he wants to bring another woman, Ylianor into their bed, and their already steamy relationship. Christopher has a very jaded view of women, and Ylianor in particular believing them to be unpredictable and fickle, and is under the impression he does not need one in his life. Once Christopher has been left with Ylianor for a while at Blue Oasis, he sees her in a different way, she is not the clinging vine he thought she was originally, and thinks he might have misjudged her. That does not mean his view of her as an interloper has changed, no, he had already made up his mind to loathe her being there, even though he only wants what is best for his lover. A lover of Arthur Fairchild, his former leader, it is interesting that Christopher decided to keep it in the family by being Duncan's lover also. He has a secret resentful streak in his personality he has to try and keep in check, hoping that his lover will not notice. He does have a kind nature, but it is hidden beneath jibes and insults about the woman in Duncan's life. A handsome man with a huge ego in many ways, Christopher could never imagine anyone being in their bed but Duncan, and he hates to share his love with someone else, especially another woman. He normally likes to keep them at a distance rather than get involved with them and finds it awful that his lover might actually fall for Ylianor. This is set to break their relationship up as he cannot make compromises and is pretty much stubborn about the fact he sees Duncan as his, and his alone. Love is a serious thing where Christopher is concerned, and his obsessive ways have got worse since his lover let Ylianor enter their bedroom. Christopher is a highly sexed type who loves nothing more than to make-love to his male lover which means guilt plays a large part in their relationship at the moment. Christopher is capable of hurting men with his cruelty, and Ylianor has felt the sharp edge of his blade at her throat before, so there is no love lost between them both. His feelings
for hurting others could be blamed on his Virt, his power, but could it be that, or just an excuse to use his power and jealousy to fuel his deep seated hatred? " Romance at Heart