A Warrior’s Fate by Melissa Kieran EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Author: Melissa Kieran
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As Isla listened to the man standing beside her droning on about the
natural dangers that lay on the outskirts of their homeland, the only
thought running through her mind was how in the world, Goddess forgive
her, could she possibly have almost let this imbecile become her mate?
One could claim the citizens of their home, the Pack Kingdom of Io,
had a superiority complex. Callan, however, took the notion to a whole
The humanoid form of egocentrism had come out of nowhere, butting
his way into Isla’s conversation with a fellow trainee from the Pack of
Tethys. The trainee, whose name she hadn’t gotten to, was decently
attractive and as their conversation flowed, showed promise of being
intriguing as he could talk about things other than fighting. And the bonus
—besides the fact he’d gazed down at her breasts just once—he was also
unmated as she was.
Though she may have given up seeking her forever, that did not mean
she was opposed to the temporary.
Isla knew Callan’s interruption was for no reason other than to make her
aware of his presence at this exclusive Hunter’s Feast. That and so she
could bear witness to his newly acquired mark: a symbol of his recent bond
with his chosen mate.
As if that would make her regret ending things with him.
Callan, the master story-stringer, kept the trainee hanging on his every
word, discussing Io’s “City of Fallen Embers”, otherwise known formally
as the Imperial City. What was surely one of their continent’s most glorious
landmarks, the city had taken on the moniker following the momentous
volcanic eruption—that Callan was nowhere near involved in—centuries
While he continued with his grandstanding, Isla let her narrowed iceblue eyes scan his features from his coppery hair to his amber eyes and his
nose tweaked from battle. Over his lips that had long ago caressed her skin
and the stubble that had accompanied it.
When one caught him at the right moment, Callan was easy-on-theeyes, though a little generic and plain, and aside from a few selfish
rendezvous, he wasn’t too bad when the season rolled around. But what he
had in mediocre looks and being the occasional decent lover, he destroyed
with his undeservedly garish personality.
“May I step in?”
Isla jolted when she felt a hand on the bare skin of her back that was
exposed by her low, sweeping, crimson gown. Instinctually, she swung her
arm in the assailant’s direction before she came to her senses and realized
she recognized the voice. She stiffened her limb and dropped it to her side,
for this was not the ideal time to be descended upon by the Imperial Guard.
Not on the eve of one of the biggest nights of her life.
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