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THE SORCERESS OF BELMAIR
by Bertrice Small

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: The World of Hetar

2008 Historical Paranormal Nominee

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Relying on her fertile imagination and the unlimited boundaries of the realm of fantasy, Small sweeps readers into another epic set in a lush world where magic and passion rule side by side. Rich in colorful characters, brimming over with Small's unique sense of sizzling passion and a plot filled with mystery, the fourth title in the series is another masterpiece.

Dillon, the son of Lara, Domina of Hetar, possesses powers of magic
like his mother and father. It has been decreed by Belmair's dragon guardian that he wed princess Cinnia and become ruler of Belmair, the bright star in Hetar.

Belmair is beautiful, and Dillon's strong-willed wife proves to be an ideal mate in and out of bed. Dillon soon discovers there's a powerful link between Belmair and Hetar, and it will be up to him and his bride to use their magical gifts to solve the mystery surrounding
the disappearance of Belmair's young women. The bonds they form with each other and the residents of their magical world empower the lovers to bring glory and a new reign of promise to their land. (HQN, May, 496 pp., $13.95)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: HQN

Published: May 2008

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