Want follows on from Need, and sees Rasan being held captive by Malor's brother, Shurn, who covets the throne Malor possesses but desires even more to hurt his brother, in any way possible. To Shurn Rasan is but a tool he can use to cause Malor pain, but does he delude himself? Why is his gaze so drawn to the young man? Does he want more than just his delicious blood? More
Rasan is in the clutches of the deadly and cold-hearted Prince Shurn, brother of Malor, who believes he alone should be sat on the Kashalar throne.
Under threat and under pressure, Malor races to beat the deadline Shurn has set. Forty eight hours to give up that throne or he will give Rasan to Draven Umar - a man Rasan has good cause to fear.
Fearing for his life Rasan struggles to be brave. To save himself he must find a way to warm his captor's cold heart for he knows he would not survive another day in Umar's cruel clutches.
His as yet not fully schooled powers will aid him in his survival but their unpredictable nature sees him switched with Sharas, a man who has even greater reason to fear the likes of Shurn and Umar. Rasan finds his mind trapped in Sharas's body; Sharas's mind is in his. Back and forth they switch, while those around them struggle to work out who is who, and how they should treat them.
Girale's love for Rasan is as strong as ever but he cannot act upon it without unintentionally hurting Sharas. Malor's hunger for Rasan is as hot as it ever was and if the body held in his arms belongs to another that is merely extra spice for the meal. And then there is Shurn. A cold-hearted, dark-eyed man without apparent care for anyone or anything but his ambition, his gaze is nevertheless slowly drawn to Rasan. But whereas Girale and Malor both crave the touch of Rasan's flesh, Shurn seeks what is below it. The red blood of aliens is what inflames his passion.
See how it glistens.
Scent its perfume.
Taste it as it slips so silkily down a parched throat. Ooh, yes! Delicious!
Will Malor and Girale be quick enough to prevent Shurn from satiating his hunger? Will Rasan's power be strong enough to keep the man at bay? Does he even want to?
Shurn frightens him but there is something in the man's incredibly dark eyes that draws Rasan in; some dark secret that if Rasan can uncover may save his life.
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