The Damned SeriesBy Dawn White
This edition contains both "Wingless and Damned" as well as "Wingless and Forsaken".In Book One, "Wingless and Damned", Alexander is the Alpha wolf of the Neuri werewolf tribe, set to destroy anything associated with the dreaded strigoi. Lea is a magnificent Fae -- or so she believed but she soon discovers she may not be after all. With Alexander, Lea’s and basically the worlds fate is in the hands of the mated pair. They must act fast and not just on the revenge they so desperately need. Can their love save us all? As Lea and Alexander’s souls hang in the balance they come to realize we are all a little Damned.In Book Two, "Wingless and Forsaken", Alexander and Gaius go in search for their much needed revenge. But come across much more than they had ever planned. Lea and Zari must transverse the very pits of despair in order to save their mates. Zari learns of a deep dark secret that has been kept from her and all other Fae since the beginning of time. When the Queen of Nalla Vareim gets involved no one will be the same ever again.
Willing my feet to carry me as far from the nine feet tall, goat-legged red beast as
possible, I finally get a good look at it. When our eyes meet I am drawn to the fact this monster
has eyes shaped like a goat. I guess they match the fact his feet are hoofed like an animal also.
Instead of seeing two arms and two legs he has four sets of what appear to be sharp curves I can only describe as claws at the end of his three pronged hands. It also has horns.
I try to stick close to Alexander as this ferocious, snarling, massive beast of the
netherworld descends upon us. The last thing I see before being flung like a damn ragdoll across the cave is a clawed hand slashing my right shoulder. When I finally get my eyesight to clear, I notice Alexander’s hands are now claws. His teeth were glistening with the bright red blood of this nefarious beast. Even now I can’t help but think Alexander is the sexiest thing I have ever laid my eyes upon.
While watching Alexander hold his own, he connected with me. “A little help here! If we
rip its head off; its body will be useless. Help me take it apart.”
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