General Karrin Loceed needs to use her
talent to save her people from the Valkyan. That means
opening the portal for the assassin, Adian to enter and
defeat their enemy. It's not that simple however, because
the assassin requires payment for his services and not in
coin. Karrin must sacrifice her body. If the erotic dreams
she is having of Adian are any indication, it might not be a
sacrifice after all.
With the portal open Karrin's dreams
quickly become reality. Adding more flame to the fire is the
awakening sexual connection between Karrin and her
subordinate Charl. But there is still a battle to be won.
I enjoyed this look at the world Ms. Harrison has created in
The Portal. The passion between Karrin and
each of the two guys was intense and it is clear that she
has a future with one or both of them but not knowing for
sure, left me feeling dissatisfied. I would also like to
know the fate of Karrin's people after the battle with the
Valkyan. The bottom line is that I want more.