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[PDF] ↠ The Slayer Author Cindy Dees – Pv1.info Because Of Her Uncanny Ability To Find Lost Objects, Tessa Marconi Has Been Given The Dangerous Task Of Time Jumping Back To The Persian Empire And Ancient Greece To Locate A Precious Medallion Fragment Trouble Finds Her In Xerxes Court And So Does The Most Beautiful Man She S Ever Seen, Rustam Of Halicarnassus There S Only One Problem He S A Centauri Spy Whose Sworn Duty It Is To Stop HerTessa Has Never Felt Such Magical Strength Or Sexual Prowess As She Feels In Rustam S Presence And As The Conflict That Grips Persia And Greece Explodes, It Becomes Clear That Their Auras Are Strangely Intertwined Separately, They Are Powerless But Together, They Just Might Save The Worldand Themselves

10 thoughts on “The Slayer

  1. Wendelah1 Wendelah1 says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Because of her uncanny ability to find lost objects, Tessa Marconi has been given the dangerous task of time jumping back to the Persian Empire and ancient Greece to locate a precious medallion fragment Trouble finds her in Xerxes court and so does the most beautiful man she s ever seen, Rustam of Halicarnassus There s only one problem h

  2. Patty Patty says:

    This book was a pleasant surprise for me It was a neat blending of a cute sci fi aliens walking the earth and a beautiful strong woman with special skills being sent back in time to retrieve a special map piece I really loved real parts of history woven into the plot as well as an overview of life at that time Both characters had hidden agendas and for good reason when they were unknowingly on opposing sides I had hope

  3. Kerry Smith Kerry Smith says:

    To help humankind gain permission to space flight 12 pieces of a medallion have been spread out over the world Shouldn t be that hard should itexcept they are also spread over time as well and at least one of the alien races does not want earthlings to usurp their position as the only species who can start navigate To ensure that this is the result Rustam was sent to find, and bring home one piece, thus ensuring Earth s f

  4. TINNGG TINNGG says:

    Huh After the first book in the series, this was surprisingly good Then again, it was a different author so maybe that s why The h gets zapped back in time to locate another piece of the gizmo and while there runs into the H, who just happens to be a trapped Centaurian bad guys Of course, how bad can he be when he s your soul mate eh Poor guy was confuzzled about the h messing with his powers The h was equally confused, and

  5. Sara Sara says:

    I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this story Imagine a word where women hold the key to space travel and they have to time travel in order to contact the galaxy and let everyone know that the human race is ready to join in space travel Now, imagine that you are one of these women and you end up thrown back in time to the Persian invasion of Greece only to meet a man who seems to have magical abilities It s a great setting a

  6. Nancy Nancy says:

    Tessa Marconi jumps back in time to the Persian Empire to recover a stone fragment that will help mankind in its quest to reach the stars But opposed to her is court wizard Rustam, who turns out to be a Centauri agent sent to stop her Rustam s duty is clear, but his heart is captured by the lovely woman who possesses the ability to soar with him into space every time they make love He understands the significance of this latent ta

  7. Harriet Harriet says:

    Tessa, a time traveling human, and Rustam, a Centaurian navigator, have an immediate connection when they meet in the time of the Persian King Xerxes just before his famous attack against Athens For too much of the book, Rustam flip flopped between his indoctrinated anti human beliefs and his feelings for Tessa Naturally, things work out in the end and the two star crossed lovers get a happy ending.If their story continues, I would b

  8. Jane Kelsey Jane Kelsey says:

    It was okay Good for killing time.

  9. Maria Maria says:

    read this one also.

  10. Shanna Schopmeyer Shanna Schopmeyer says:

    Typical romancy book I would also say that this one wasn t one of theintriguing ones of this series It wasn t bad, just a very typical story.

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