Get this in a bundle
Paradox Bundle 1 - 3
Our price: $16.89
Reward money: $1.30
Reader Review: Of these stories the first one feels slightly incomplete, I was looking for more pre-history, and an idea if the story would continue or not. I think it should. The second story was great but their is so much more I want to hear and read about this world.
"After the Rain" by J.C. Wilder Li leaves her village after her family's betrayal and seeks to create a new life for herself. She accepts a job at Graystone House as the keeper of the Evil Ones-hundreds of stone gargoyles that fill a chamber from top to bottom and rumored to be the victims of the infamous Lady of Maragorn. Li only knows that the job fills her with dread, especially when she has to deal with one statue in particular, that of Nikolaz of Riverhaven. "The Shattered Stone" by Rosemary Laurey Tragedy, violence and treachery and a chance encounter that leads to love and the resolution of an ancient dispute. After her parents die of the Gray Plague, Alys flees the only home she's ever known. She sets off to find her mother's kin in the far Western Lands. On the way she meets the Monarch's envoy, Ranald ven Strad. The chance meeting leads to danger and an astounding discovery. This book has been previously published. Warning, this title contains explicit sex.
See more like this in our Romance eBooks section
Share your thoughts on the Paradox III Romance eBook with others!
|Title of eBook: Paradox III||Series: Paradox, , #3|
|Release Date: 12-15-2006|
|Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.|
This eBook download is available in the following formats:
|Parent title||Paradox III|
|Devices||Samsung Tablet, Apple Ipad & Iphone, Barnes & Noble Nook, Kobo eReader, Aluratek Libre, Iliad, Nokia, Blackberry, Hanlin|
|Note||Excellent navigation features are available via Adobe such as bookmarks and a quick access table of contents. Text search is easily accessible. An Adobe DRM-protected file is different than a pdf file in that it uses Adobe DRM (Digital Rights Management) technology, which authors and publishers use to protect their content from illegal online distribution and to set certain privileges such as restrictions on copying and printing.|
Chapter OneExcerpt from "After the Rain" by J.C. Wilder
"Who are you?" His voice was husky as if he hadn't used it in a while. His accent was curious, reminiscent of some of the old men from her village. "Are you a witch?"
Her tongue felt thick and she didn't trust herself to give a coherent answer. She just shook her head.
His gaze flicked over her face and she had the feeling this man missed very little. "You look like a witch."
Li cleared her throat and gave him a nervous smile. "I don't think you can even see me with your hair in your face."
She brushed his long hair away and her stomach flopped. He was, in a word, stunning. His face was slim, his skin tanned as if he'd spent a lot of time in the sun. His brows were slightly darker than his hair and his eyes were a deep, rich blue, a hallmark of the Northern clans. His cheekbones were sharp and his jaw well-defined. His mouth looked firm with his lower lip slightly fuller than the top. He possessed the mouth of a true sensualist. A mouth to be kissed, a mouth made to suckle a woman's flesh-
Her cheeks heated and she shook herself from her carnal musings. "Who are you?" she squeaked.
He ignored her question. His forehead pleated and if anything, he was even more handsome with his slightly befuddled expression.
"I know you." His gaze locked with hers. "Don't I?"
She shook her head. She'd never seen this man before, as she'd have remembered him. He was definitely an elf and he possessed the unearthly beauty that was unforgettable. Besides, her tiny Southern clan would've had no reason to mingle with a group from the north. <...
Title: Paradox III
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
1 of 2 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Of these stories the first one feels slightly inco
October 6, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Belfast, US
Of these stories the first one feels slightly incomplete, I was looking for more pre-history, and an idea if the story would continue or not. I think it should. The second story was great but their is so much more I want to hear and read about this world.
The 1st story in this book is very good, but it is
September 22, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Belfast, NY US
The 1st story in this book is very good, but it is missing the ending. You get enjoyable characters and a neat world to explore, but the depth of the relationship is mysterious and I desired more. The 2nd story was more detailed than the first but being introduced to the characters takes up the majority of the story. The characters don't have the freedom to get to know one another and once situations are resolved, the story ends. I liked the characters and wished for more.
Write a review »
Earn rewards points!
See similar eBooks to "Paradox III" by category: