In the Aeon Empire, the bloodline rules everything…
Radek Nikolaev, alpha of the packs, whose ancestors were conquered by the vampyres, vows that enslavement of his kin doesn’t come without payback. As retribution, he wants to plunder the Aeon King’s most prized possession, his only daughter and heir, Vita, as he leads his pack out from Aeon.
Vita Petrienko has always harboured deep feelings for the outcast wolf prince. When Radek kidnaps her, Vita is more than a willing participant. She has always wanted a taste of the forbidden.
But neither of them anticipate the uncontrollable fire between them once their passion is unleashed. Primal instinct draws them to each other’s arms. When they are torn apart, will their instinct reunite the two star-crossed lovers back together?
Reader Advisory: This book contains reference to sex whilst in a partially shifted state.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released at another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release by Totally Bound Publishing.
General Release Date: 31st January 2014
Radek Nikolaev wanted to hate her. The precious Aeon’s daughter, delight of the Seven Houses. Heir of the Empire. His number one enemy. Despite who she really was, Radek couldn’t bring out the deep-seated anger for what her ancestors had done to his kin. He didn’t know why he couldn’t hate her, considering all vampyres were the same. They were cunning, treacherous creatures that had enslaved the Lycans for more than three centuries, cheating them out of their birth land and forcing them into being mere thralls. All except her. She was different. Vita Serova Petrienko. The woman Radek had just kidnapped.
She sat on the edge of the bed, hands folded on her lap, her expression calm and serene—apparently she was unperturbed by the fact her fate lay in Radek’s hands. He could kill her at his whim. He had the right to do so, since she was his prisoner, his leverage to get out of Aeon. But she didn’t seem frightened of him or by the whole ordeal. When Radek secretly studied her through the crack of the door, the princess seemed excited, as if this whole experience were nothing but a game.
Well, I’ll be damned.
Radek stormed in and slammed the door closed. The noise startled her. Her gaze cut to him and his breath caught in his throat—he still couldn’t get over how beautiful she was. Her wide eyes were pale blue, surrounded by thin rings of red, the true mark of a royal-born vampyre. Her nose was pert, complementing her high cheekbones and ruby lips. With pale skin and flaming hair, she looked as if she were forever bathed in the sun god’s blessing. She smiled. Radek cursed in silence. Why was she smiling? She was supposed to be scared out of her wits. Being held captive by their lowly thralls was every royal-born vampyre’s nightmare.
“Are you hungry, Princess?”
Vita shook her head delicately.
Radek stooped over her, planting his hands on the side of her knees, his face a hairsbreadth away as he asserted his dominance over her. “Why the smile? Aren’t you afraid of me?”
She blinked. Her lush dark lashes swept down then up like a dancer’s fan. “Should I be?”
“I can kill you.”
“Why don’t you?”
“You haven’t served my purpose yet.”
“That is to be expected.” Her voice was cool with confidence. “But I don’t think you’ll hurt me.”
Radek narrowed his eyes. “How can you be so sure?”
“It’s not your nature to hurt the innocent. You have a good heart, Wolf Prince.”
Wolf Prince. The words had rolled out of her mouth without a shred of mockery, unlike the way her father spoke to him. The way she’d said it was as if she were wholeheartedly acknowledging his birthright. He was the prince from Evona—a conquered empire—leader of the pack, noble by birth, an outcast in a foreign land. Radek wished he were able to hate her.
Word Count: 15,018
Book Length: NOVELLA
Genres: FANTASY AND FAIRYTALES
Hello, my name is Lizzie. I'm a simple gal, love watching TV, playing guitar, and enjoying chocolate and spicy food. I have been writing as long as I can remember. Originally I want to be a horror writer, like my hero Stephen King. But I find writing smut is more fun than writing dismembered body parts. I also want to be a ninja but I heard the pay is peanut. Plus my HMO does not cover throwing star accident. Wanna send me an email? Drop me a line at lizzie@iLizzie.com
Reviewed by Long and Short Reviews
Ms. Lee has penned a tantalizingly sweet little tale full of big bad wolves, vampyres, and a little bit of magic. The journey for these lover is rocky, to say the least. Seems fate is always against them....
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This fast paced quick read keeps readers on their toes with suspense, action and romance. The author brings the story to life with vivid images and compelling characters that capture t...
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