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Géra's Gift - The Grandmasters by Linzé Brandon
October 11, 2012 |
Posted by Linzé Brandon
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T’ara knew that loving Géra would never be simple, but when his life’s ambition is within his grasp, she could not stand in the way of his dream. Thrown together in battle for the very survival of their people, the young magicians quickly realised that they had been suffering for the choices they had been forced to make in the past. But when T’ara willingly submitted to a ritual that could cost her her life, Géra knew that they had come to a crossroads. The problem they now faced was whether this sacrifice could gift them a future together or separate them forever?
According to the author, this book contains descriptive writing about sexual acts between consenting adults.
The author has rated this book XXX (adults of legal age, 18 and up, only).
T’ara frowned. Uneasy, he elected to increase the size of his barrier. She fired a high-powered redfire-strike at him, knocking him over. Calling on the skills of the ancient martial arts he had studied, he rolled over, dived to one side, and flipped on to his feet all in one continuous movement. Since Lord Aidan said there would not be any interruptions, he had to be ready in case she struck at him while he was down. She didn’t. Electing to use high-powered strikes was a risky choice, but it would guarantee that he reciprocated in equal measure. Knowing how adaptable he could be when faced with an unusual battle strategy, she had to rely on his skills to end this quickly. He moved silently to his right. She looked distracted, but he knew it might be another tactic, so he watched her carefully. The next moment, he was struck from behind with a shock wave that sent him sliding and rolling on the ground. He grimaced as he tried to control his fall. She used the previous attack to distract him, then hid behind an invisibility barrier so she could strike at him from behind. Before he even came to a standstill, he retaliated with a redfire-strike and two fire-balls. By the time he had his body under control and ready again to defend himself, the arena had gone deathly quiet. He only heard his own breathing. He spun around and saw T’ara lying on her back, not moving. Lord Aidan reached her a moment before he did. He fell to his knees beside her. ‘Oh no.’
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