The Warder’s Elf by Viola Grace

The Warder’s Elf by Viola Grace
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy, Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short (62 Pages)
Other: M/F, light BDSM
Rating: 5 Cherries
Reviewer: Holly

Alora was bound by her ancestor’s promise to become a bride for a Dark Elf lord. Caldur was that lord. Having waited in his underground caverns for centuries, he finally made his move. Grabbing the wrong Warder the first time–The Warder’s Unicorn–had the interesting effect of bringing Alora to him, but that one error would cost him.

Bringing Alora into the full bloom of what her bloodline carried would be a challenge, but he has ways of keeping her from fighting him all the way. With his help, the Magic of the Warders would come again to Realm.

Alora Negri is shocked when her cousin Sephany is kidnapped from the bachelorette party for one of the Warder girls. It should have been her, taken to fulfill the promise made long ago to a lord of the Dark Elves by her great great grandmother to be his bride. Sephany was taken because of her resemblance to Alora, and Alora knows she must honor the obligation her family made so long ago.

Once she goes to the Dark Lord and sets things right, Sephany leaves and Alora is set to begin her new life with Caldur, the dark elf. Alora thinks he is the most gorgeous being she has ever seen, the epitome of tall, dark and definitely handsome. Alora has been protected ever since her parents were killed in an auto accident, and she goes to Caldur as an innocent young woman. Can Alora adapt to life in the underground realm of the dark elves, or will she miss family and friends too much?

Once again, Viola Grace has written a tale of humor and romance in her own special way. Alora is a shy and quiet young lady, but one determined to right the wrongs committed by her family so long ago. When she is introduced to the joys of sex with her dark elf, she not only enjoys it, she finds that it unlocks magic in her. She is the first Warder in several generations that seems to be breaking the curse of the Warders.

Caldur is a surprise, in that I had thought he would be more bitter after waiting so long, but it seems he saw Alora in his dreams, and found that she was the Warder destined to be his bride, not her ancestor. Both are strong, well defined characters, but that is usually the case with Viola Grace’s people.

I love Viola’s Warders, because you never know what they will do next. If you are looking for a wondrously humorous and sexy reading experience, you can’t go wrong with The Warder’s Elf.

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