The Forgotten One

The Forgotten One

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Book four of the Realm of Juxtan series. Though both men were nearly killed beneath the Greying Cliffs, Hadrian, a hunted sorcerer, and Caled, a revenge-driven mercenary, come away from the incident shaken by the fierce passion they unleashed upon each other once they escaped from harm. Hadrian hopes the intimate act means his former lover is beginning to forgive him. He holds a torch for the handsome, cocky mercenary that no amount of hatred can snuff out. Caled, tormented by his attraction for the sorcerer who betrayed him and murdered his friends, find himself succumbing to their powerful, mutual desire. He cannot abide anyone possessing the sorcerer except him. But a stranger appears, claiming to be Hadrian's friend, and offers help in their mission to bring Hadrian's father to justice. This stranger brings more than information. He offers secrets about Hadrian's past, and threatens to reveal a side of Hadrian that may tear the two lovers apart yet again. For Hadrian, though shy and insecure, harbors a dark side that not even a strong, confident man like Caled may be able to withstand. And when they are led into a trap, they soon learn that a sword and courage may not be enough to save them...Hadrian must become what Caled detests: the land's most powerful sorcerer.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 198 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 11mm | 259g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508650918
  • 9781508650911

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22 ratings
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