by Anthology

October 2009
ISBN: 978-1-4391-5966-8
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Untouchable by Kresley Cole

Daniela, the Ice Maiden, the half-Valkyrie half-Iceren warrior, is the rightful queen of Icergard, home of the ice fey. She lives in exile with the Louisiana Valkyrie coven because the usurper king of Icergard wants her dead. Her glacial skin can only be touched by one of her own kind without causing her immeasurable pain. She may appear to be delicate but she is a fierce warrior with incredible strength. Nonetheless, she hides her longing for a loverís touch deep beneath her frigid exterior, until one night Iceren assassins overwhelm her and she nearly dies. Rescued by Murdock Wroth, one of the Forebearer vampires, Daniela makes his heart beat for the first time in centuries and soon the desire they feel for one another overcomes their creative means of assuaging their desires.

The wait is over. Daniela and Murdochís story is finally in our grasp. Fabulously talented Kresley Cole delivers a sensual yet sweet story of love, sacrifice, and lessons learned in Untouchable. It will touch your heart, fill you with laughter, and make you squirm in your seat.

Tempt Me Eternally by Gena Showalter

Aleaha Love can change her shape into anyone with skin-to-skin contact. Her latest identity switch finds her and Alien Investigation and Removal agent and sees her out on a mission to capture a group of alien invaders. Instead Aleaha and her teammates are captured by a group of golden-skinned warriors.

Something about their strong-willed commander Breean makes Aleaha want to be herself around him, but to do so would put her secret and her life in jeopardy. But for Breean she is almost willing to risk it all.

Gena Showalter continues her thrilling Alien Huntress series with a novel spin on the huntress. There is sexual tension and action galore in Tempt me Eternally. Be prepared to fall in love with Breean and Aleaha. They are such strong likable characters you canít possibly not love them.

Reviewed in April 2010 by Cynthia.

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