Months of preparing Lorayna for the sabbat has sparked a yearning that Dominus cannot shake. His intentions with her are strictly hands-off, but when something goes wrong, he must break the rules and give in to his desire for her before the Yule power consumes her. What will he sacrifice to prove she's more to him than just another light bearer? More
Your next book boyfriend should be a god!
Loving Lorayna could cost a god his sacred power...
It is the time of Yule, and Dominus, god of the sabbat, should never have had to spend half the year nurturing the latest light bearer himself. Now, months of visiting Lorayna, present only as a whisper, has sparked a yearning inside of him that he cannot shake.
Lorayna has felt herself drawn to the pagan path by a presence she has been unable to resist. When she discovers her “holiday spirit” is in fact a mouthwateringly sexy god, she’s ready for whatever sabbat ritual he chooses. To her disappointment, his intentions are strictly hands-off.
When something goes wrong, Dominus is forced to break the rules and give into his urges before the Yule power consumes her. The ripples of their passion will alter many sabbat unions to come—and Dominus must defy his father, Herne, to follow his desires and prove to Lorayna that she was not merely another light bearer.
Author's Note: This is Book 1 of the Sons of Herne urban fantasy romance series. Book 2 is available free exclusively to readers who join the mailing list! Details inside. Although the series consists of individual standalone romance tales, there is an overall plot arc that is best served by reading them in order. This series features pagan sex rituals, so if you prefer your romance sweet and behind closed doors, this one's not for you!
The series books in order:
1. Dominus: God of Yule (free) 2. Eradimus: God of Imbolc (subscriber exclusive) 3. Tallisun: God of Ostara 4. Jorandil: God of Beltane 5. Devinar: God of Litha 6. Feillor: God of Lammas 7. Anduron: God of Mabon 8. Archipellus: God of Samhain
The god Herne has appointed eight of his most virile, headstrong sons as keepers of the pagan holidays. To honor their sabbat, each must join with a mortal female in a ritual to maintain the balance between worlds.
The Fates have conspired to grant the gods one thing they lack--a true passion that will last well beyond the fleeting moment of a sabbat joining.
Herne’s sons will wrestle with the conflict between sacred duty and their own yearnings, a struggle that will not only challenge their beliefs, but may threaten the success of rituals that must be observed lest the realms of mortal and immortal collide in chaos.