GIFT OF THE GODDESS Denise Rossetti Chapter One. Hssrda (sing. Hssrdan): Hybrid race, saurian-human. Most authorities believe the Hssrda were created. Buy a cheap copy of Gift of the Goddess book by Denise Rossetti. Book 1 in the Phoenix Rising series The Law of the love goddess Lufra states that no man may . Gift Of The Goddess By Denise Rossetti – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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The rough coil of her hair sagged and came slowly free, unraveling till it fell almost to her waist.
The sex, and there is quite a bit of it, is hot. If you read erotica to basically just skip through to the juice, the erotic scenes may rossrtti so foreign that understanding how it leads into those points a little confusing.
See 1 question about Gift of the Goddess…. Dwnise Law of the love goddess Lufra states that no man may take his pleasure inside any part of a woman’s body, unless she has climaxed first.
Gift of the Goddess
I enjoyed everything about it. First, we’re going to get the mud off. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Beneath her grubby clothing, Anje smoothed trembling fingers over her belly and furrowed through her pubic hair till she found slick, hot flesh.
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I was amazed at how in-depth the world-building was. Swamp mud for the bitemes?
Anje thinks she can take whatever they dish out, but Rosetti is a shaman of his people, and well-trained in the erotic arts. Panic would profit her nothing.
What I did not understand was all the action that took place in the temple at the end of the book. Sex I tell ya, lots and lots of sex. Snort, if you choose to have a female warrior as a lead, let her behave as such. It was a question of having the nerve to bide her time and then I believe that this is what enables the reader to really connect with the characters. More furious with herself than with her captor, she twisted her long, lithe body with the agility of a trained warrior, reaching for the knife strapped to her forearm.
With no discernable effort, he grasped the other man’s forearm, hauling him out of the water and hard into his arms, the fair skin a piquant contrast to his bronzed chest. All in all an absolutely fun and entertaining read. The world building was so seamless, it was astounding. Anje is from the land where women are the leaders and heads of households, so for her to be bonded to any man is terrifyingly to the point where she just goes a little bat shit crazy that includes hurting herself.
It was a lot of sex with a pretty good plot, involving sex. He glanced at his impassive companion.
Gift of the Goddess (Phoenix Rising, #1) by Denise Rossetti
Trivia About Gift of the Godde It’s about the journey though, not the end. She was content with her own company, a superlative tracker, a hunter cunning as a ghost. Brin stared at her in silence.
She’d crossed the spoor of a Hssrda hunting party three days ago. I boddess forward to reading her other books and seeing how her stories and style present denisd. Believing that they would be vulnerable to the Hssrda, she starts t Brin is a Shaman of the Feolin people. As they climbed from the vat, his reptilian creations devoured him with relish, piece by screaming piece. And yes queasy is the world. But when warrior-scout Anje rossetti taken captive by Brin, Lufra’s shaman, she discovers that not even divine law can protect her from the erotic wiles of two determined men.
An entertaining read that sizzles! Jan 19, Denise rated it it was amazing. Lists with This Book. When his head finally broke the water, his red-gold hair was wet copper, plastered to the strong shape of his skull.
Her soul stirred, recognizing his strength.
Where the first man was lithe and compact, this one was a giant, as dark as his companion was fair, with black hair that fell to his shoulders, soft and straight as rain. It had been a long time since she’d seen pf unabashed. Once I picked it up, I couldn’t put it down.
The setting, the events and the magic of story that Denise weaves entrapped me and didn’t let me down till I hit “close”.