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  • The Warlord Wants Forever

    The Warlord Wants Forever by Kresley Cole

    The Warlord Wants Forever by Kresley Cole is $1.99! There is some contention about whether this is the true first book of the series or if it’s more like 0.5 in the series because of its shorter length. If I remember correctly, the story was actually in an anthology first and, truthfully, you can read the other books without having read this one. I am such a fan of this series, but it’s very early 2000s PNR flair. The most recently in the series, Wicked Abyss, which is my favorite so far is also on sale.

    The Warlord Wants Forever…the sensually charged novella that started it all, now with an exclusive excerpt from MacRieve!

    In this scorching series opener, #1 New York Times bestseller Kresley Cole introduces the captivating Immortals After Dark Series. The ebook also includes an exclusive extended excerpt from MacRieve, the highly anticipated next installment in the series.

    The Warlord
    Nikolai Wroth, a ruthless vampire general, will stop at nothing to find his Bride, the one woman who can “blood” him, making his heart beat and filling him with strength. Coldly interested only in the power his Bride will bring, he can hardly believe when Myst the Coveted awakens him body—and soul.

    The Seductress
    Famed throughout the world as the most beautiful Valkyrie, Myst has devoted her life to protecting a magical jewel and to fighting the vampires.Wroth provides her with the perfect opportunity to torment her sworn enemy—for with his new heartbeat comes a consuming sexual desire that can only be slaked by her. Denying him, she flees, struggling to forget his searing, possessive kiss.

    The Hunt is on…
    She eludes him for five years, but he has finally chased her to ground and stolen her enchanted jewel, giving him absolute power over her. Now that she’s his for the taking, he intends to make her experience first-hand the agonizing, unending lust she subjected him to for half a decade. Yet when Nikolai realizes he wants far more than vengeance from Myst and frees her, will she come back to him?

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  • The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps

    The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps by Kai Shante Wilson

    The Sorcerer of Wildeeps by Kai Ashante Wilson is $2.99! This is a queer fantasy novella (a little over 200 pages) with I believe some romantic elements. I’m very curious about this one. Have you read it?

    Critically acclaimed author Kai Ashante Wilson makes his commercial debut with this striking, wondrous tale of gods and mortals, magic and steel, and life and death that will reshape how you look at sword and sorcery.

    Since leaving his homeland, the earthbound demigod Demane has been labeled a sorcerer. With his ancestors’ artifacts in hand, the Sorcerer follows the Captain, a beautiful man with song for a voice and hair that drinks the sunlight.

    The two of them are the descendants of the gods who abandoned the Earth for Heaven, and they will need all the gifts those divine ancestors left to them to keep their caravan brothers alive.

    The one safe road between the northern oasis and southern kingdom is stalked by a necromantic terror. Demane may have to master his wild powers and trade humanity for godhood if he is to keep his brothers and his beloved captain alive.

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  • Toxic Desire

    Toxic Desire by Robin Lovett

    Toxic Desire by Robin Lovett is 99c! This is an erotic sci-fi romance where two enemies are stranded on a sex planet. Sarah and I have a very special podcast episode dropping on Friday related to this book. I gave it a B-:

    Look, it’s a romance set on a sex planet. It does what it says on the tin. Besides, aren’t you the slightest bit curious?

    Nemona can’t believe she’s crash landed on the planet Fyrian with the brooding, golden-skinned alien who destroyed her ship and scattered her crew. She should want to kill him. But everything on Fyrian is an aphrodisiac. So she just wants to have him. Now.

    Revenge. That’s all commander Oten has wanted against humans for more than a century, ever since they tried to destroy his kind. He never thought he’d end up in bed with one. But the desire the sex planet stokes for this human female is eating him alive. Keeping his hands, his mouth, and his vampiric fangs to himself proves impossible—especially when she’s begging him to touch her.

    Nemona has no idea what endless sex with a Ssedez will do to her. But Oten knows all too well. They need to get off this planet. Before their coupling stirs an alien mating bond that neither of their hearts can withstand.

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  • Prince of Air and Darkness

    Prince of Air and Darkness by M.A. Grant

    Prince of Air and Darkness by M.A. Grant is $1.99! This is a gay fantasy romance with a royal fae hero and a magical human. Lots of catnip here with forced proximity and enemies to lovers. It seems like this is on the line of new adult and the magical school being more like a college, with the characters in their early twenties.

    Phineas Smith has been cursed with a power no one could control.

    Roark Lyne is his worst enemy and his only hope.

    The only human student at Mather’s School of Magick, Phineas Smith has a target on his back. Born with the rare ability to tap into unlimited magick, he finds both Faerie Courts want his allegiance—and will do anything to get it.

    They don’t realize he can’t levitate a feather, much less defend the Faerie Realm as it slips into civil war.

    Unseelie Prince Roark Lyne, Phineas’s roommate—and self-proclaimed arch nemesis—is beautiful and brave and a pain in the ass. Phineas can’t begin to sort through their six years of sexual tension masquerading as mutual dislike. But Roark is also the only one able to help Finn tame his magick.

    Trusting Roark’s mysterious motives may be foolish; not accepting his temporary protection would be deadly.

    Caught in the middle of the impending war, Phineas and Roark forge a dangerous alliance. And as the walls between them crumble, Phineas realizes that Roark isn’t the monster he’d imagined. But their growing intimacy threatens to expose a secret that could either turn the tide of the war…or destroy them both.

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  1. 1
    Alexandra says:
    +27

    I was excited to read Toxic Desire, but it was a bit of a miss for me. The whole “entire planet is a major aphrodisiac” trope included the main characters suffering negative side effects if they didn’t have sex which, for me, made consent dubious at best. There hits a point where it seems like the sex is something they have to do to survive (my interpretation) and that ruined any aspect of the potential romance for me, it reminded me too much of “blue balls is so painful and horrible for men”, but then made it part of the world building which was just ugh. That’s a major no from me, but I know the line is different for everyone.

  2. 2
    Arijo says:
    +9

    I liked Prince of Air and Darkness. The setting is a universityand a protagonist is a college-aged human but the other one is hundreds of years old. It didn’t feel NA to me. The first half of the book is about setting the world in place, full of politicking and the tension of when will Finn an Roarke finally connect as a couple. The book decently navigates the tight wire of giving enough information to the reader to follow the ramifications, without drowning us in too much details. It left me with lots of hanging questions marks, but they’re not necessary informations, just details that would’ve fleshed out the world a bit more. There’s not much character development either, most of it happened before the start of the book. Still, it was an engaging read, I wish it could’ve been longer. I’d love to know how their life afterwards go, I hope we see them in the other books of the series.

    I remember the anthology with Warlord Wants Forever! It was in Playing Easy to Get and I originally bought it for the Sherrilyn Kenyon story but it was Kresley Cole that caught my attention. The kickass valkyries were new back then and it thrilled me. When I read it, only book 1 of the Immortal After Dark series was out and I found it meh (I was hoping for a valkyrie-like heroine and I got the standard timid/overwhelmed one instead). It took me more than a decade to come back to the series… ^^;

  3. 3
    DiscoDollyDeb says:
    +19

    To paraphrase Sarah McLean, those Planet of Desire books are “a full five bananas on the banana scale.” While I can’t disagree with anything @Alexandra says above, I do think you have to go into the books expecting lots & lots of sex in a variety of positions and permutations, along with some rather wobbly world-building. If you’re in the mood, they can be an amusing diversion.

  4. 4
    Annie Kate says:
    +16

    I adore the entire Immortals After Dark series, but it’s got some scenes with pretty dubious consent, and The Warlord Wants Forever is particularly bad about it. One of the things I really love about the series is that Cole creates this culture of immortal beings who are Not Human, and therefore don’t act by human standards (torture is an annoyance! Grudges must be held for millennia! Mailing your chopped-off middle finger to your ex-boyfriend is a quality burn!) but if you are sensitive to consent issues I’d tread carefully. The books are basically female power fantasies, which I find deliciously satisfying, but they’re definitely not for everyone.

  5. 5
    Nancy C says:
    +7

    Prince of Air and Darkness is wonderful, and the rest of the series is great too. I gulped all 3 of them down, one after the other, and was disappointed only that there weren’t more to read. Phin and Roark do show up in the other books in the series; I do like when the reader gets to reconnect with main characters from previous books.

  6. 6
    Star says:
    +12

    Sorceror of the Wildeeps is beautiful, brilliant, and brutal. It is slightly more literary than I prefer, but it was good enough that I didn’t care. It’s not like anything else I’ve ever read except for Wilson’s other book, A Taste of Honey.

    There is a romance. Strong caution, though: this is definitetly not a romance novel; do NOT expect a happy ending. (A Taste of Honey, while not a romance novel either, is more romance-reader-friendly.)

  7. 7
    cleo says:
    +3

    I wasn’t a fan of Prince of Air and Darkness.

    Here’s my GR review

    2/5 stars.

    Meh. There are several things I don’t understand about this mm urban fantasy set at a magical college, including why I read the whole thing. The plot is a mess, the college setting was not believable and the writing isn’t to my taste. But somehow the two main characters were compelling enough that I kept reading.

  8. 8
    Erica says:
    +3

    Sorcerer of the Wildeeps is excellent! Pick it up if you like complex portrayals of masculinity, layered worldbuilding, non-Eurocentric fantasy, and heartwrenching endings.

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