"Eroticism off the charts!" Romance at Heart
The book that escalates it all—the love, the responsibilities, but also the threat and the commitments. The fourth chapter of the saga is the starting point of a new life and the affirmation of feelings long denied.
They thought they defeated Virtus once and for all. They thought they could live happily ever after. And it was no consolation to know it had to be done, like Ylianor suggested from the start, the separation necessary. Now with the Fitting and an unexpected pledge, their coming together the three of them, is at risk once more, with their compelling sexual attraction standing in the way of true union.
But somehow they are the future of their world.
So how to relate in and out of the council, mostly in and out of bed?
"It’s easy to live in a world rigidly divided in classes and genders, but it gets complicated if you start considering people as individuals, not labels." Duncan Caldwell
“I don’t want to pledge.”
“But my father insists on it.”
“Then do.” Sitting naked on the floor in front of the sizzling fire, Duncan stared at the flames warming his bedroom, rather than at Chris’s pale and drawn face.
“Hey, you’re in luck.” Sarcastic, the prince turned to confront his angel. “The Hall is full of unpledged women right at the moment, and most of them would jump at the chance to have you.”
“I don’t want another woman.”
Angel or Demon? Who is Lord Christopher Templeton?
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“I…I don’t know what happened there, with that burst of love, and to be honest, I don’t want to know. She needed our help, both of us, and I’m very glad I was there for her, really. But I’m still coming round to the fact she’ll be a permanent addition to my life that I just can’t deal with anything else about her, not for the moment.”