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Happily Ever Crowned by Lexi C. Foss and Anna Edwards

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To begin this recommendation, I need to warn you that this book is DARK - much darker than anything else that Lexi C. Foss has ever written. (This is the first book that I have read by Anna Edwards, so I don't have any comparison for her.) That said, I absolutely LOVED Happily Ever Crowned! This world, even as cruel as it is, drew me in and made me want more. The characters are wonderfully crafted, and the story is impossible to put down. The plot is full of intrigue, mystery, cruelty, revenge and lust. If you like dark reads, check this one out today, and you will not be sorry!

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MOLTEN
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Happily Ever Crowned by Lexi C. Foss

Publisher Synposis

"I do."
Two words that signed over my soul to a monster, all to save a kingdom I knew little about. This isn't a fairy tale. No knights in shining armor, only kings fighting for power. And my heart is the key.

A game designed to shatter even the harshest of resolves.
My husband wants to debase me. To break me. To destroy my spirit. To possess every inch of my soul through acts so heinous, I can hardly breathe. And he's using six men to do it. Including him. Adrik, Prince of Noxia.

Desire.
Such a wicked twist of fate. Happily-Ever-After may not exist here, but amorous energy rises after a night of unbridled passion. A night I should hate, but don't.. A night I long to repeat.

"I love you."
A statement I will never say. Not even to him--my dark prince who plays in the shadows, engaging me in a forbidden dance of hope and adoration. He promises me a new crown, in exchange for my heart.

Vengeance
I will not be owned.
I will rise above them all.
And the only crown I will wear is the one drenched in their blood.

Author's Note: This is a dark paranormal romance. Please read the author's note at the beginning (available in the "look inside" feature) if you have any concerns about dark content.

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"No permanent damage," Necros finally said. "She might be barren, but I want her alive."

Of course you do, I thought. He wanted her power, same as I did. "So only leave wounds that will heal under immortality?" Again the question was for the benefit of our audience. It would be such a shame to harm someone so gorgeous.

Necros nodded. "Blood is fine. You can even break bone. But only if she can recover without a scar. If I can't breed her, I might as well use her body for other means."

Another benefit of having her trained, I supposed.

Not that I agreed with any of this.

But I had to play along to get what I needed--her heart.

"Understood," I murmured, tracing the tip of my dagger down her corseted top. Her breathing remained steady as she floated in some faraway place, her imagination overtaking her reality. Alas, I couldn't allow her to stay there. I needed her focus and compliance to achieve my goal. "I want to teach you something, Valora," I said, my weapon nearing her belly button. "An important lesson on participation."

ASIN: B07VKDNW5C
1950694208

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"Are you going to come for me, Valora?" I whispered, my mouth dropping to her ear. "Fly, little bird. Fly hard and fast." Her moan sang through my system, her nails gripping me tightly as she fell apart before me in the most beautiful display of pleasure I'd ever witnessed.

I kissed him, sealing the unspoken vow while allowing my hips freedom to move once more. He was right. This position intensified everything, brushed my swollen nub against his pelvis, and heightened the passion burning through my veins.

Adrik slid inside me in a quick thrust, his palm wrapping around my throat, his hips settling between mine. He didn't wait for me to accommodate, didn't ask how I wanted it; he just moved. And oh. it was perfect. Almost savage.

Jean Bachen

Jean is a stay at home, homeschooling mom of teenage twins. She has been reading romance since high school as an everyday mini vacation. Her favorite romance book of all time is The Princess Bride. (Don’t ever watch the movie with her unless you can quote the whole thing.)
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