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The Guardian Railing against the gods won't do her any good, but it might make Jelena feel better. Why would they give her protection to a murderer -- an assassin? She is to use all her magic as a Guardian to protect Drake Durand's life, worthless though she believes it to be.

Never before has she done less than her duty -- she won't start now.

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He has found all those who participated in his best friend's torture -- except one. Nothing will stop him from obtaining his goal, not even a sexy little witch who claims to practice real magic.

Everyone knows that Guardians are mere legends. Their uneasy alliance leads them to a world of magic, both practiced and perceived. But which is the real magic - the power to work spells or love? Read more Read less. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Product details File Size: June 1, Sold by: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Jelena was stunned when she found her new nevash ward in a backwater planet in the middle of nowhere. There had to be some mistake! There was no way that Drake 'The Magician' Durand, infamous assassin and head of the ruthless assassin's guild, could warrant the protection of the Gods. Jelena was a Nar'gadesh, however, descended from the ancient lines of the Nar'galia, a people who had descended into myth and legend centuries ago and was determined to see her wardship through, even if she had to keep herself from killing the frustrating, stubborn man!

Drake was amused by the small blonde and irritated to discover that she was the first woman he was attracted to since Zanera, a blonde who had about killed him 2 years past. Morgan and Ariana must answer this question before they can turn their attention to defeating the Jotnar and grabbing for a life together. Read more Read less.

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Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Morgan Fontinara, crown prince of Bellariss, one of the last free planets in the universe, was finally ready to start the rebellion. All of his allies were in place and the destruction of the hated Jotnar Alliance, who had enslaved most of the galaxy, was about to begin - when Morgan was betrayed.

Captured by the Jotnar, tortured, humiliated and threatened, Morgan still refused to give the Jotnar information about the Bellariss security system and allow them to take over his home planet. In desperation, the Jotnar sent Morgan to Cantara, a Jotnar prison planet, where one of their bloodiest and creative torturers, named Grader, would take up the prince's "questioning" Ariana Zoltan was in charge of the Cantara prison, even though she hated the whole idea of slavery.

She tried to make the prison a little bit more livable for the slaves and the death toll had gone down quite dramatically, but she made a lifelong enemy of Grader in the process. When Ariana first saw Morgan, she instantly knew that he was Bellarissian with his distinctive bronze coloring and blonde hair, but she had no idea that he was the crown prince and future ruler of that planet.

What she did know is that she couldn't bear to allow Grader to mutilate him and kill him so she took him as her own personal slave. Morgan and Ariana immediately clashed, with Morgan refusing to believe that anyone who worked for the Jotnar could abhor slavery and Ariana not understanding why Morgan refused to trust her and let her help him. As they are involved in their own battle of wills, the Bellarissian alliance is moving forward to strike at the heart of the Jotnar empire and Morgan is all too aware that if he doesn't escape soon, he will be killed in the wave of the planned invasion.

However, even though he hates Ariana for placing a slave collar around his neck and branding him, he has mated his soul with hers and cannot leave her behind I was disappointed in this book because it is essentially a very pale imitation of Justine Davis' Lord of the Storm, which was an excellent romantic science fiction book. Both of the heroes are beautiful blonds with golden skin, both are collared in slavery, both fall in love with the person who owns them, both are rulers on their homeplanets which are threatened by an evil federation, etc. If the story has been original, this book may have been worth 4 stars, but the heroine, Ariana, didn't really ring true to me.

I understand that she was forced to serve the Jotnar alliance, but I didn't really believe that she thought of slaves as real people on the same level as herself. One of the opening scenes shows her sending a slave off to be questioned and tortured and she just kind of shrugs it off with a weak excuse that its not as if she knows him.

Her attitude didn't match what she kept telling Morgan and, to be honest, I wouldn't have trusted her at all if I was in his situation.