Verge of Corruption: A Dark, Steamy Paranormal Romance (Love’s Warrior Book 1)
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04/12/2021

This book is a dark, steamy paranormal romance. It contains explicit sex, language, and violence including scenes of rape. However, there is NO sexual violence/dub-con/non-con between the hero and heroine.

Tris couldn’t look away from those indigo eyes. Then, as if a barrier crumbled between them, he had the fierce urge to drape her body with his and skim his mouth over her jaw to her lips… He’d lick the top one, then the bottom before coaxing them open with his tongue…

Tris, a Light-blooded warrior on the run, and Zestine, a fearsome cat shifter, come together as spies in this deliciously dark, sinfully sexy tale of war and treachery, love and devotion.

Some of Tris’s kind have callously shunned their roots by trading their Light for the Darkness. By order of the king and queen, he and Zestine are to investigate the unprecedented metamorphosis. To the Dark Dimension they venture, straight into the heart of enemy territory. Their facade requires they pose as lovers, and for Tris to trick his Dark kin into believing he’s one of them, the reality of which proves abominable. He must look the other way while others are mistreated, and partake in heinous tasks to keep from raising suspicion.

Tempting death becomes a means to survive. By surrounding himself in Darkness, Tris’s Light weakens. Though Zestine’s a top predator and efficient killer, it’s not long before she finds herself powerless and close to breaking.

Yet they’re not without a glimmer of hope, as even love can be found in the Darkness. And in their world, love is much more than an emotion. It’s a weapon the enemy won’t see coming.

***Finalist/Award of Honorable Mention In Recognition of Excellence in Romance Writing: 2019 Fiction From the Heartland contest by Mid America Romance Authors.***

***Awarded Crowned Heart of Excellence by InD’tale Magazine.***

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Dark fiction is just another term for horror; a fiction genre concerned with dread, death, and also the menacing side of human character. This isn't limited to written literature but encompasses a broad body of popular media, such as movies and television shows. Though such fiction isn't appropriate for all tastes, authors of horror maintain their work discusses important elements of the human experience. The term dark fiction is occasionally utilized to differentiate individual stories from the mainstream horror genre. These tales might be less fantasy-oriented than many horror fictions and comprise subtler emotional results. If you're a horror story lover, then you should add this particular genre to your reading list.

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