World of Kurbridor
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Can demon lust become true love?
On the magical world of Kurbridor, Emmi Jareth reluctantly goes to a club with two of her friends. Soon she realizes someone seated in a dark corner is watching her. Even though he appears to be human, she believes he’s a demon. Emmi leaves the club and finds him waiting at her building’s front entrance. A moment later he’s gone and she thinks three glasses of red wine must have made her imagine him there. That night she dreams about this person and that his name is Turael.
The next day he stands outside the store where Emmi works, watching her, but is gone before she leaves. When he comes to her home and convinces her he is a demon who will corrupt her through sex, Emmi is frightened. She feels physically attracted to him, yet is appalled by his intention.
Is it her destiny to become a sex slave of the demon lords, or are Turael’s plans changed?
Reader Advisory: Is the affection of a corrupting demon true love or merely lust? Only the author and readers of this story know the answer.
Is a fire daemon love too hot to handle?
One day, while working in her cake store on the magical world of Kurbridor, Beccah Simpton is threatened by a demgel. This half demon, half angel person wants to abduct Beccah and make her his sex slave, but other customers enter the store before he is able to do more. He says he’ll return at another time. For protection, Beccah hires a fire daemon, named Garr, from the local Protection Division. She’s afraid of the daemon, but realizes she needs his protection.
Garr becomes her protector and is more than willing to fight the threatening demgel, yet also extremely servile toward her. He feels attracted to his new charge, while she, in turn, begins to lose her fear and is drawn to him.
Will the demgel come back and try to capture Beccah? If so, can Garr defeat him? And can a human and fire daemon look beyond their differences and find love?
Reader Advisory: A servile, yet fierce hero, and a down-to-earth, cake baking heroine. Ingredients for a dish that’s tasty and hot.
He’s a charismatic vampyre who can capture a woman’s attention and love.
Can the heroine trust a vampyre who says she is his? Is she his prey or the love of his life?
A bookstore assistant, named Delia, living on the magical world of Kurbridor, is attacked by two vampires on her way home from work. She’s rescued by a tall, mysterious stranger who has followed her secretly for over a week. He’s Herres, a vampyre, and she feels an instant attraction to him, but thinks he’s only interested in taking her life-force essence. That is how vampyres feed.
Herres assures her she’s wrong, saying he is genuinely attracted to her. He pursues Delia relentlessly until they make love, which she regrets and ends their relationship. Later, when she’s attacked by another vampyre and is close to death, Herres gives Delia his own essence in order to help her recover. This is an act that could possibly end his life.
Can she believe he was willing to face death for her? Or will she continue to think he’s a dark vampyre who is only intent on taking her essence?
Reader Advisory: Can the heroine trust a vampyre who says she is his? Is she his prey or the love of his life?
Containing all things romance.