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by Anitra Lynn McLeod

Genre: Erotic Romance, Fantasy

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This second tale of the Onic Empire is dark indeed. Although not described too graphically, there are numerous incidents of rape and torment of both genders, as well as some imaginings of violent sexual acts. The heroine is spoiled and angry; she treats others harshly and is basically unlovable. A more thorough explanation of terms, the society and culture would have helped.

Virgin princess Kasmiri is
chosen by Sterlave to be his bondmate. Even though she initially dismissed
him as lower class, Kasmiri enjoys exploring varied sexual activities
with Sterlave. Then Kasmiri is catapulted to the status of empress when her mother dies unexpectedly, just as the empire is threatened by an evil creature in league with some in the inner circle. Kasmiri and Sterlave work together to defeat the monster and
they eventually come to recognize
their feelings for each other. (APHRODISIA, May, 304 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Joyce Morgan


Published: May 2010

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