Book Review Impressions The event. The Bogside Massacre. Bloody Sunday. Derry Northern Ireland, 30 January 1972. One heartless moment of violence and subsequent retaliation against bigotry will last for generations. The emotional scars created in this day has lasted for generations. Eventually, the hatred tars the love between a young English royal and a bonny Irish... Continue Reading →
At 14 years old, she was alone. A homeless orphan, she wandered the streets of New York City. The Office of Children and Family Services failed her. No friends. No family. But fate has big plans for the destitute brown beauty. Destiny delivered her into the arms of the most powerful family in humankind’s history. They happily filled her life with love, a family, and a purpose that will change the future forever.
Aisha Davenport grew into adulthood under the loving guidance of the most powerful woman in the world, Meretneith. Because her heart began opening to the big brown eyes of a lonely girl, Meretneith adopted her. And Aisha thrives, growing beautiful and smart, learning to become part of the world of extreme wealth and power. She was becoming a significant force within her adopted mother’s business, the Neith Foundation. And then a meeting in London forever changed all things.
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I think all of Leta’s fans waited patiently for this new title in the Heat of Love universe …. and it doesn’t disappoint.
This tale is spiritual nourishment. The story satisfies a need for a new title in the “Heat” Series. While I wouldn’t label myself an Omegaverse fan. I’ve developed a deep and abiding love for Leta Blake’s creations.
Janus Heelies comes back as a reformed Alpha. Focused on becoming a better man, a better person dedicated to healing. Traveling to a small rural town in the mountains, he vows to live a life of celibacy and service. But his first encounter on arrival is met with the honey-sweet scent of a lonely and abused omega.
The elegant sweep of a beautiful sensual omega Kerry Monkburn enters Janus’ life. He’s troubled and pregnant. Kerry is contracted to an abuser and rapist imprisoned for his crimes…
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A Review I think all of Leta's fans waited patiently for this new title in the Heat of Love universe .... and it doesn't disappoint. This tale is spiritual nourishment. The story satisfies a need for a new title in the "Heat" Series. While I wouldn't label myself an Omegaverse fan. I've developed a deep... Continue Reading →
Broken-hearted, the Desert Wolf spends days roaming his deserts, howling his pain into the night. And in seclusion. Days passed when he refused food. Even an embrace from his beloved brother, the Protector Merneptah, did little to ease the ache of losing Toshio. The moment that began his nightmare replayed nightly in his dreams. That... Continue Reading →
At 14 years old, she was alone. A homeless orphan, she wandered the streets of New York City. The Office of Children and Family Services failed her. No friends. No family. But fate has big plans for the destitute brown beauty. Destiny delivered her into the arms of the most powerful family in humankind’s history.... Continue Reading →
In the year 2269, cultural wars have brought mankind to the precipice of extinction. Most of the earth’s cities are no more. Only two political factions survived to rule. Gaia is taking back what men have destroyed. Survival of humanity’s remnants lies in the hands of the warrior Commander Bey Caine, the Lone Alpha Female. Dressler... Continue Reading →
Muscle moving under smooth skin shiny with pearls of sweat always accompany those pleasurable hours of hard workouts. Let us speak truth about the maddening rush of endorphins that plague our loins during hyperactivity. Bodybuilding and wired workouts serve to be a time of meditation that relaxes the spirit and feeds the libido. Not everyone... Continue Reading →
A Book Review Impressions “They kissed over the gear shift as the moon poured around the car. Their love overflowed in the sight of wolf’s own eye, and it was pure.” – Alpha Heat Can one suffer from author idolatry? Perhaps. When a supreme storyteller weaves tales that speak to our fantasies, odd but... Continue Reading →