Bio: Elizabeth Burton became a writing addict one warm summer night in the late Neolithic when she scared the britches off her kid sister and some friends with a made-up ghost story. Far too many years later, having been a welfare mom, a journalist, an information and referral agent and a number of other things that really arenít very interesting, she finally saw her dream come true when her first short story was published.
An editor and book reviewer as well as an author, Liz has four grown-up kids and two grandkids, who live everywhere but Texas. When she isn't writing, editing or chasing the cats, and her soulmate Phil like watching DVDs and discussing the silliness of life in general.
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Randrik alt Harbinnen isn't above seducing a reluctant woman, but he never thought he'd be doing for his aunt. He didn't know that the forest-wandering race called the Drevnya drew their powers from sexual magic, nor that supressing their emotions and sensuality could be fatal for them. But Perian, the Drevnya Adept raised by abusive human parents who tried to destroy her magical heritage, is more than he bargained for. Her dreams of a voice calling her from the darkness of the void lead both of... more info>>
Randrik alt Harbinnen liked life on the edge. Working for his aunt, however noble her intentions wasn't part of his plan. On the other hand, keeping the authorities from treating the innocent Drevnya Perian like they owned her body and soul was something he could really enjoy--until he found out the hourglass on his world was running down and somebody had picked him and his damsel in distress to save it whether they wanted to or not. Wanted by law and outlaw alike, Randrik has no choice but to f... more info>>
Azdrefel the Souleater has his prize--the unborn infant of two powerful sorcerers. Randrik alt Harbinnen must rescue his wife and son before they and his world are destroyed forever. He has always won his battles, no matter the odds; but what if skill and determination aren't enough?