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Were this a female athlete snarled in the clutches of an unknown powerful man, I have no doubt that militant feminists would be outraged at the story, and they would be right. Bussel’s own, “His Just Rewards.” The title ironically conjures the dusty image of a dreary after school paddling, but the story is nothing of the sort. Tessa Adams made her NAL Heat debut with Dark Embers (July), the first book in her Dragon's Heat series.

Pages: 159

Publisher: SANDRA HARRIS (January 15, 2015)


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