When a woman becomes fertile, the ache for sexual fulfillment is overwhelming. Rowena, a Maida scientist, must learn to spread her legs with as much relish as she has for scientific discoveries. Can she give her body and heart to a man who is more myth than her rational mind can comprehend?
Tulon, a Centaur, exiled from his clan because he's different, has been in human form for two years after Maida warriors captured him. He can't find one redeeming quality in the Maida until he catches the scent of Rowena — a woman in heat. Chosen to appease her lust, he claims every inch of her silky skin, which releases his magic.
Can two beings with different beliefs embrace the fact that myths can become real when sizzling magic, searing heat and passion engulf them? Or will a challenge by Tulon's nemesis break the fragile trust, forcing Rowena to flee for her sanity?
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As for covers, one of the reasons I've never tried a Changeling Press book is because I can't take them seriously thanks to the covers. I know, I'm shallow and I shoud never judge a book by its cover, et cetera, but I usually can't stop laughing long enough to press the "buy" button. I mean, take a look. Clicking on the images will take you to the corresponding book page at Changeling Press, by the way. As usual, if you've read 'em, let me know if you like 'em.
"Time for an impromptu colsposcopy, honey!"
"When the cops came to arrest her, Madeline realized that attempting to hump the life-sized He-Man statue in front of the local Toys-R-Us probably isn't the best idea..."
"Dumb and Dumber stealing a corpse from the local mortuary for nefarious purposes."