Drui Claiming by Jory Strong

Supernatural Bonds, Book 4

Elloraís Cave

Paranormal Romance

ISBN: 9781419916977

Reviewed by Lisa

   

 

Marika works at Inner Magick for Aislinn Windbourne Dilessio, a half elf married to a cop.  A frequent visitor to the shop is writer Sophie whoís mated to Severn Damek, a dragon, and watched over by Xanthus, a dragon fey hybrid.

All of these people and supernaturals think that Marika and her lover Tallis are human and unaware of the special beings surrounding them.  But Marika has the most powerful secret of all: she is a Drui, a being capable of healing any illness or poison, or taking power.  The Drui keep their heritage secret because they are either coveted or killed.  Tallis is a Sjen, forever linked to Marika after she saved his life several years ago.

Xanthus is positive that Marika is his mate, but until his liege service to Severn is concluded, he cannot devote all of his energy to her. But that wonít stop him from doing what he can to entice the skittish woman into becoming his mate.  By species law or by fear, neither Marika, Tallis, nor Xanthus can tell the truth to each other until they are truly mated.  The time has come for someone to take that step and be honest, or bury their secrets forever and loose the love of a lifetime, an eternity.

An electrifying and erotic tale, Drui Claiming is magic!  The characters may be supernatural, but they still donít have all the answers concerning love.  There is something for everyone, with supernaturals, mild BDSM, a murder attempt, scorching hot twosomes and threesomes, plus surprising plot twists in Drui Claiming.  Listed as a stand-alone, there are plenty of references to the previous story for this to be easily understood although you are cheating yourself if you donít read the others in this wild series.  Multi-talented author Jory Strong doesnít know how to disappoint and proves it once again with Drui Claiming!

     

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