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Conall's Huntress - Hunted Hearts #1 - cover

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Conall's Huntress - Hunted Hearts #1

Babette James

Publisher: Chara Press

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Summary

A sweet and sexy fantasy romance short story 
All’s fair in love and vengeance. 
Etaine Sabha hunts warrior Conall mac Guaire, seeking revenge for her murdered brother and kidnapped nephew, but when her wily former lover springs his own trap, the huntress becomes the prey. 
Now Conall just needs to stay alive long enough to clear away the magic, secrets, and lies clouding the truth of her brother’s life and death—but revealing all is a risk he’s willing to take to win back Etaine’s love. 
Recommended for those who like:   
• Fae Fantasy Romance  
• Sexy Reformed Rogues with Heart 
• Second Chance Stories  
• Gutsy Heroines   
• Secrets, Fairytales, and Legends  
• Sexy, Tender Adult Romances  
• Short Stories  
• Happily Ever Afters
Available since: 08/12/2016.

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