Leonidas’s nightmare: when he inherited the Fae throne, he inherited the curse a witch cast on his bloodline. No wonder he hates witches. His dirty secret: if he doesn’t bed a different woman every month he’ll turn feral – and he’s bored to death with mindless sex.
When he hunts down his escaped war dragon, his enemies trap him on earth and strip his powers. His month’s almost up and if he doesn’t bed someone soon, his beast will rise.
Meena’s dream: to be good at something. Anything. Even sticking to a diet. Her secret: she’s a failed witch masquerading as human. She accidentally bonds with Leonidas’s escaped dragon. Sparks fly when he wants it back. Plunged into a world of stuck-up Fae, evil elves, and high-adventure they must solve a twenty-two year-old mystery. Along the way, they tumble into bed, and lust leads, unexpectedly, to love.
When Leonidas’s curse kicks in again, he’ll have to abandon Meena and bed another. Is their love strong enough to survive their secrets and break the ancient curse?
A cursed king and a powerless witch have to work together to save a kingdom but surviving secrets is another matter entirely in this riveting paranormal romance. Kryssie Fortune has created a fascinating world with interesting elements and intriguing characters that invite readers back to join their next adventure. I was captivated by the story from the very beginning and I am looking forward to reading the next one.
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Loose ID, January 14 2014, 209 pages, ebook
About the Kryssie Fortune:
I love words.
My earliest memory if catching the bus with my mother--my library book clutched underneath my arm. Even before I started school the library was my haven, and the picture books were my best friends.
I graduated to stories then became obsessed with Greek/ Roman mythology. (The kind they take the sex out of and sanitize for kids)
As an adult, I discovered paranormal romance. That's definitely words that haven't been sanitized. I was hooked instantly.
I used to joke that one day I'd write a book. Finally I did, and Loose ID published it.
Now I've discovered something even more addictive than reading. Writing. And I can't seem to stop.
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