When Delia sees the naked man emerging from the stormy sea, she knows he must be more than human. Gorgeous and powerful, the god-like stranger saves her from certain death, but his rescue comes at a price: herself.
Note: Swept Away is a novelette/short story of approximately 8,000 words (50 print pages) set in the world of the Krinar Chronicles. It’s about the start of Arus & Delia’s relationship in Ancient Greece. It can be read as a standalone or after the Krinar Chronicles trilogy.
I loved this short story couldn't put t down. This story was about Arus & Delia and how they met. Delia went out to look for food for her family but she didn't think that the storm would be so bad, when she was waiting the storm out in a small cave by the cliff she saw a man come out from the stormy sea. After rescuing her and getting her to safety in his spaceship he started getting feelings for her. After being together he asked her to go with him to his home on his planet.
This book...wow..for a novella, it was jammed packed with romance. I mean I didn't want it to end even though I knew it was not a full length book. Her writing has a way of capturing you and making you want to read them forever. I mean this story could have easily become a trilogy. Loved the character development and the feelings they portray. Steamy sex scene, such a wonderful addition to the Krinar series or as a standalone. 7 stars!