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  • Love the name

    Deep and intriguing love it so much had to get the second book I don't like to read but will listen to it on audio book

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  • From vapid bride to super-spy!

    Ulyssa is a government agent sent to the planet Qurilixen to stop the use of biological weapons. However, readers of the previous Dragon Lord books will recognise her more as the vapid Gena from the bride's ship - WHO KNEW!!! The threat is over before she really got a chance to complete her mission and now she is stranded waiting for her transport home and on to her next mission. Found near her campsite by King Attor, she is kidnapped and dumped in the Var kings harem. When he is killed, his son Kirill becomes king. Kirill comes upon Ulyssa when she tries to flee the palace and gets lost. There is an instant heat between them but she makes it clear that she plans to leave him when her spacecraft arrives. Will she change this prince's mind about being attached to a single female? Can Kirril get the thorny female to admit she cares for him? I was not a fan of Kirill and Ulyssa to begin with, it took me a while to warm up to them. That may be because having read all the Dragon Lord books I was a bit biased against the Var. But they are also quite emotionally stunted individuals and prickly characters are always so hard to engage with. However, I managed to get them in the end and you can see where their isolationist tendencies root from.

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