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AN ANGEL'S BLADE by MARY WINTER

Summary

Zahra Soliel searches for someone who can help her take down the Necromancers and their zombie minions. She finds him in Dashtu, a half-angel with a body like a god. His heavenly origins make what she wants to do with him completely, deliciously sinful. And she'll use anything, including her body, to convince him to join her cause.

Dashtu knows he needs a Blade to help him complete his mission of driving the Necromancers out of Neukacee, and Zahra is perfect in more than one way. There's just one problem: the last Blade who helped him ended up dead, and he won't do that to anyone else. Not even someone as talented as Zahra. He just has to keep his lust under control and not get involved.

But when a group of orphans is discovered deep within the Necromancer's compound and Dashtu learns that his former lover, a Blade, has become a zombie, he realizes he has to act fast. He'll have to rely on his angelic powers and his Blade. With a little luck and some divine intervention, they might make it out alive. Then, maybe he can see if he has a future with his new Blade, Zahra.

Genre: Futuristic Urban Fantasy Paranormal
Length: Novel

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, violence.

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An Angel's Blade
by Mary Winter

Loose Id
May 1, 2008
Available: May 13, 2008
ISBN #1596326832
EAN #9781596326835
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