Darkest Fire

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Kensington Books, Apr 1, 2011 - Fiction - 288 pages
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In a wicked game of seduction, who's the hunter and who's the prey. . .

Drako Alexandre isn't merely the handsome billionaire playboy everyone thinks he is. He's the leader of his generation of Black Gryffons, destined to protect humanity. And though Drako has no desire to be tied down--except at the private bondage club he frequents--the future depends on him taking a wife to bear him a son. He knows just the woman--Rin Mitchell, a delicate beauty who unleashes his deepest primal hunger. Their agreement will ensure he'll never have to give up his desire for domination, forbidden pleasures, and multiple lovers. But Drako's chosen prey is also hiding something. And if her secret doesn't destroy them, the explosive passion she ignites just might. . .

Praise for Tawny Taylor

"Absolutely delicious!" --Kate Douglas on Dark Master

"Halloween will never be the same after this fun read!" --L.A. Banks on Sex And The Single Ghost

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User Review  - Irena. - LibraryThing

This is a prequel to the Lords of the Underworld series. Geryon, the guardian of hell, and Kadence, the goddess of oppression, have to enter hell and fight the demon lords. Read full review

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User Review  - tivonut - LibraryThing

So/so, can definitely skip it as there is hardly anything to do with the Lords of the Underworld. It is a little, fast read with a OK romance between a minor goddess and a demon/former human, who ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Nothing exciting happens in Tawny Taylor's life, unless you count giving the cat a flea dip--a cat can make some fascinating sounds when immersed chin-deep in insecticide--or chasing after a houseful of upchucking kids during flu season. She doesn't travel the world or employ a staff of personal servants. She's not even built like a runway model. She's just your run-of-the-mill Detroit suburban mom and wife.

That's why she writes, for the sheer joy of it. She doesn't need to escape, mind you. Despite being run-of-the-mill, her life is wonderful. She just likes to add some...zip.

Her heroines might resemble herself, or her next door neighbor (sorry Sue), but they are sure to be memorable (she hopes!). And her heroes--inspired by movie stars, her favorite television actors or her husband--are fully capable of delivering one hot happily-ever-after after another. Combined, the characters and plots she weaves bring countless hours of enjoyment to Tawny...and she hopes to readers too!

In the end, that's all the matters to Tawny, bringing a little bit of zip to someone else's life.

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