Danner is a journeyman, a traveler with an extraordinary gift: the ability to withstand the deadly lightning bolts sent by moody gods. Drawn by her lush beauty, he agrees to guide Miranda across the Plains if she'll let him explore her body each night.
They face danger - blood ravens, cannibals, mechanical spyders - but Danner never anticipated that the bigger risk would be from Miranda and the things she makes him feel. A journeyman's life doesn't lend itself to commitment, but if they can rescue the princess and make it out of the Plains without getting zapped or eaten, Danner might have to make an exception for one amazing woman. If she'll have him.
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 22-05-12
Our Hero Danner makes a deal with the beautiful Miranda. He will take her across the Damned Plains for use of her body at night. She agrees, most eagerly, BUT, Danner has principles and he never takes advantage of this arrangement.
She is 20 years old, beautiful and a virgin. When she loses her virginity it is explosive fantastic sex, she is very talented at sex even though she has never done it before. She can't wait to get on her knees and swallow. After she has, used her hands, so to speak, lost her virginity and swallowed she of course is very anxious for back door pleasure. When she is losing her virginity (both sides) she yells harder!!! and more!!!
I thought the fantasy story would be good at first, you have half gods, gods, steampunk spiders and a couple of others. The magic of course comes in handy at the right time. One minute Danner does not know how to use magic and the next she is wielding it like an old pro.
I will say the sex scenes are good, there is a plot and the narrator is good, thus three stars.
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By Music Lover on 18-02-18
A decent fantasy story
This is a fantasy, with gods such as Odin playing with human lives. I enjoyed it, although if you don't want a graphic sex scene skip this title. The narration is decent.
Not similar to other books by this author, and if I had known that I wouldn't have made the purchase. But I got it on a sale, so for less than the cost of going to the movie theatre...