Ophelia Warder Lakin is grief-stricken when her beloved
grandfather dies and she is left with greedy relatives and the
bound djinn, Imaran Arov. As a witch with a rich legacy, Alby
has always relied upon Arov for strength and confidence, and
Arov served as the main attraction of Albyís teenaged
fantasies long ago.
Cursed by his own father, Arov is bound to the Lakin family
until there are no longer any Lakin descendents left for him
to serve. But Arov has decided the best way to serve Alby is
to make her his woman, thoroughly and often. Suddenly Albyís
fantasies have come to Technicolor life and things are looking
pretty darn good. Too bad someone is out to separate them
forever, by any means necessary.
The Warderís Djinn is filled with memorable
characters set in an interesting story. I was curious to see
how Alby would address the problem of Arov being bound to her
and if she would be able to free him. That is if she even
wanted to. I was a little unsettled by Arovís initiation of
Alby to love-making. But that rocky beginning didnít last
long and soon they were rocking each otherís world. However,
they were faced with rocky times of their own. To find out how
they resolved them, pick up a copy of The Warderís Djinn.