Silver Delacroix is a witch. Her entire
life she has trained for, and been ready to gain her own
territory. When a mark appears on her palm, meaning that now
she can be claimed by a warlock, Silver runs. She runs
straight into forbidden territory; Elven territory. It is
there that she runs across two brothers. Two brothers so
attractive and virile that Silver figures she can have a
couple of days of fun and then she will fulfill her destiny.
It seems that the brothers have something different in mind
for Silver. Something she will crave, but also be afraid of.
Will the brothers be able to convince her that she is their
true mate and the one person that can alleviate the need for
Wraith In Shadows and Tynan Carved From
Stone are half-brothers but had not met until recently.
Wraith has come up with a solution to end the battle that
could happen for his now deceased father’s throne before it
begins. Both men have been raised separately to take their
father’s place, but neither wants to harm the other. The
solution that Wraith puts toward Tynan is to share a wife.
Not any wife will do however, she must possess some magic and
bear the mark. When they find Silver trespassing on Elven
land and notices she bears the mark, both men decide then and
there that she is the one that destiny wants for them. Now
all they have to do is convince her.
Jory Strong continues to amaze me with
her stories. Just when I think I have read every type of
story from her that could be written, she goes and writes
another captivating novel such as Elven Surrender.
Full of erotic love scenes, true emotions, with a plot that
enticed and held my attention, I could not put Elven
Surrender down. While the brothers may not have met
prior to deciding to work together, I love how they put aside
differences and found the one woman that completes them.
Silver, for all of her bravado about wanting to be her own
witch with territory, was putty in their handsome, virile
Jory Strong has another winner on her
hands with Elven Surrender. I love her writing
style and books like this just continue to whet my appetite
for this talented author.