Serpent's Kiss: Number 3 in series (Elder Races) Paperback – 5 Jul 2012
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In the latest novel of the Elder Races, a queen on the brink of sanity has no one to rely on except the Wyr warrior whose conviction is every bit as strong as his passion...
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In the latest Novel of the Elder Races, a queen on the brink of sanity has no one to rely on except the Wyr warrior whose conviction is every bit as strong as his passion . . .
In order to save his friend's life, Wyr sentinel Rune Ainissesthai made a bargain with vampire Queen Carling - without knowing what she would ask from him in return. But when Rune attempts to make good on his debt, he finds a woman on the edge.
Recently, Carling's power has become erratic, forcing her followers to flee in fear. Despite the danger, Rune is drawn to the ailing queen and decides to help her find a cure for the serpent's kiss - the vampyric disease that's killing her. With their desire for each other escalating just as quickly as Carling's instability spirals out of control, the sentinel and the queen will have to rely on each other if they have any hope of surviving the serpent's kiss . . .See all Product Description
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The twists and turns as always kept me turning the page and the betrayal came from the least expected party. I loved every part of this book and look forward to the next one in the series.
Carling is dying. There comes a time in all vampyres' lives (if something does not kills them first) when they begin to suffer from periodic episodes and their minds drift off. Carling has spent over two hundred years studying the phenomenon, researching for its cause and a possible cure. All in vain. Carling's Power has become erratic and her episodes are increasing in severity and frequency. Most of her followers have fled in fear. Other than a dog and one of her youngest progenies, Carling is alone on her island.
Though Carling tosses away the debt Runes owes and releases him from their bargain, Rune simply cannot bring himself to leave. Regardless of the risk, Rune decides to help Carling find a cure for whatever the disease is that is killing her. Rune is very attracted to the dangerous vampyre. To be honest, Rune likes her penchant for violence. He finds is exciting. And even a handsome, immortal shifter can never be conceited while Carling is around.
Rune brings the talented pathologist, Dr. Seremela Telemar, in for a private consultation. Seremela is of the Medusa race and often has a unique perspective on her cases. Rune is not the only one pulling strings. The Djinn, Khalil, still owes Carling two more favors.Read more ›
I enjoyed the developing relationship between Rune and Carling; particularly the latter who hasn't felt attraction to anyone in centuries and doesn't know how to deal with her feelings for Rune. The story line is intriguing with some very surprising moments, plus of course some that will tug at your heartstrings as things start to look bleak for Carling's survival. This is another great addition to this series and a must have for fans of fantasy romance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read this book a couple of times before and have always found it a page turner. Raunchy yes, funny yes, always entertaining. This is a main read.Published 5 months ago by Chris P
If you like stories with magic, romance and erotic love scenes you'll enjoy this. There are similarity to books 1 & 2 broadly speaking but each with original and interesting... Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Whiteside
Loved it best yet! Bit expensive so will have to wait till payday for book 4 but so worth itPublished 8 months ago by Cam
Love, love, love this series. Just wish there was many more for me to read.Published on 23 July 2014 by lovetoread
I enjoyed this book even though I was a bit disappointed that there was not much reference to Dragos or Pia in it. However it was well written and the characterisation was good.Published on 19 May 2014 by Jangler