The Duke and the Dryad

The Duke and the Dryad

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Duke Odwolfe of Manterra is known to his friends as Wolfe, and to his enemies as Duke the Destroyer. When his prized bull goes missing, he sets out to find it. It has been stolen for a sacrifice by the druids who are conducting their pagan ritual in the forest, within the circle of standing stones. And when he finds he is too late to save his animal, he demands one of the druids come to his castle as his servant in exchange for his loss. Rae-Nyst is an elemental of the earth, better know as a dryad. She has both fae as well as human blood in her veins. She gets her power from the earth, but fire can kill her. And when the Duke decides to take her in exchange for his bull, she finds herself not able to fight him, as her power is draining quickly by the flaming torch he keeps waving in her face. Can a man who believes in nothing but war and destruction accept the exotic fae girl who honors all life instead of death? Or will she have to give up the ways of her nearly extinct kind in order to be with the man who has stolen her heart? Passion and fury rage in an epic adventure as two headstrong people find themselves faced with a dilemma that could either kill them or bring them closer together.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 133.35 x 203.2 x 13.97mm | 312.98g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1508753369
  • 9781508753360

About Visiting Assistant Professor of History Elizabeth Rose

Elizabeth Rose is a multi-published, bestselling author. She writes medieval, contemporary, paranormal and western romance. Visit her website to learn more and to watch her book trailer videos. Http: //elizabethrosenovels.com.show more

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