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Publisher Description

Dey has a taste for ancient treasure—Keg is the one assigned to guard it. Ancient ziggurats protected by forgotten technology are no match for Dey, but Keg is one challenge she can't dismiss.

Sexy and irrepressible, Keg doesn't understand why the woman in the pink snakeskin jacket would swagger around with a gun. What better way to keep her out of trouble than to make her his own?

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2010
September 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
172
Pages
PUBLISHER
Autumn Dawn
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
450.8
KB

Customer Reviews

A121010 ,

Good book

Initially I was turned off by the book cover but decided to finish the series. It turned out to be better than I thought it was going to so Im glad I got over it. Again like the others there were typos and it seemed like there were some discrepancies between this book and the previous one-ghost in my heart, especially with Roac's and Keg'a parents. And why does Gem call Dey aunt when she would be her sister-in-law???

Boham69 ,

Good story

I really enjoyed this story. So much so that I read it all in one evening. There were a couple of things that bothered me a little though. Who shot Keg? There was no discussion about it at all. I could only assume it was Dybell, but it didn't seem as if they even tried to find out who did it. The other thing was that the story jumped around a little sometimes & didn't go into great detail about things. If I remember correctly, Dey was a half blood, but I didn't know what she was other than human. I would also would have liked to know a little more about her parents. What did her Dad do to get ostracized from their previous homestead & how did her mother die? It was mentioned that Dey had done some bad things, but it never was said what. I wish there were more Dark Lamd books. I really enjoyed the series.

Lexi-2001 ,

Good read

This book has a bit of a slow start. It was a little hard to follow the plot as well in the beginning. However, once the plot began to come together it proved a good read. This book tells a bit more about the inhabitants of "The Dark Lands". It, like the rest of the books in the series speak about conquering intolerance. Also like the other books, this one has editing errors. I'd be quite happy to read the books for the author in exchange for knowing what happens next first. ;)

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