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By Tina Donahue
Regina is a psychologist who’s about to embark on a life changing situation when she meets Nikoli at a coffee house one day. Nikoli is a physicist from another dimension who’s been captivated by Regina’s life. When terror threatens Regina’s world, Nikoli sets out to save the world and falls for Regina.
Ms. Donahue creates a new vampire tale which is sure to delight readers. Her characters are passionate and noble, willing to do anything to save each other. Unending Desire is the first book in the Outlawed Realm series and will have you on the edge of your seat.
I really enjoyed the interaction between Regina and Nikoli. They are sexy together but their determination to protect each other makes this story click. I know so many women, including myself, who would love to have that partner who’d do anything to make me happy and safe. Nikoli sounds like a perfect guy!
by Tina Donahue
Arez and Lukan are pleasure slaves, bred to serve their masters. They have nothing of their own and must perform in order to be fed or risk starvation or death. Lukan and Arez make a connection during one of their performances. The sex play turns to love and now Lukan will risk anything to save Arez.
Ms. Donahue brings you back to the world she created in Unending Desire. Regina and Nikoli are also back, determined to help Lukan. The slaves exist only for pleasure. They aren’t to learn or know things. By being kept in the dark, they are controlled. Their bodies are used but Lukan and Arez find that the masters can’t control their hearts.
In this tale, Lukan and Arez explore the world outside the Pleasure Palace and how power corrupts. Like in her previous tale, Lukan and Arez are sizzling in bed and willing to die to protect the other, willing to give of their last meal for the other.
The way that the pleasure slaves are created just pulled at my heart. I couldn’t imagine growing up without the touch of a parent or the comfort that another person provides. The lengths that these characters are willing to go for each other is outstanding. This is certainly a series to keep in my must read pile!
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