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by Kresley Cole

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

2009 Contemporary Paranormal Romance Nominee

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To say that these protagonists are a mismatched pair is an understatement. They raise lying to an art form. The heroine is a true survivor -- with scars both mental and physical. Perennial favorite Cole continues to round out her Immortals After Dark world with kick-butt action and scorching passion!

Sabine, the Queen of Illusion and Sorceri half-sister of evil Omort the Deathless, is trapped by poison into aiding her brother. Clever and ruthless, Sabine is always scheming and hopes to someday break free. She's not thrilled with the prophecy that says she must mate with the demon king and their child will be given to the "well."

Demon King Rydstrom Woede has been plotting for centuries to regain his throne, but since Omort is literally unkillable, his options have been few. Now, however, he may be able to get a sword that can kill Omort. When Rydstrom is captured by Sabine, she unleashes sexual torments to try to force him to marry and impregnate her. Not a match made in heaven!

(POCKET, Feb., 381 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: POCKET

Published: February 2009

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