Dangerous Beauty (Pride of Uttor #2)

by Tali Spencer (Goodreads Author)

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Once the Kordeun family ruled Sebboy…now they are imperial captives of the Uttoran Emperor. Devout and studious, Endre Kordeun loves his family and will do anything to free them, even if that means pretending he’s gay so he can pass
messages to his father’s shady allies. With his golden good looks and a
beautiful male courtesan posing as his lover, Endre finds Uttor’s decadent
society more than willing to believe his ruse.
But when a passionate kiss from a dark, gorgeous man unlocks feelings Endre
had been hiding even from himself, lies start to unravel. Arshad, prince of
Tabar, is Endre’s match in every way…including a shared love for science and
celestial mechanics. Going forward with his charade will be dangerous, and not
only because he might be discovered. In that event, even his own father would
kill him. How much is Endre willing to risk for love?


Paul Harrison always wanted to play Hamlet, but he never expected he’d live
the role first.

In the aftermath of a family tragedy on 21st century Earth, Paul discovers
he’s the clone of Sean Lyon, his great-great-grandfather and a famous TwenCen musician. Suspecting his mother’s death was no accident, Paul comes up with a plan to trick the answers out of the great-uncle who had him cloned. But in order to make his plan work, Paul needs help from Sean himself—and Sean’s time is running out in the TwenCen universe next door. Although Paul’s family lives
on the spaceship that travels between the universes, he’s never been allowed on TwenCen Earth. Now, with the help of his friends, his disguise-creating holoprojectors, and a quantum quirk, Paul must make his way to Sean while
evading other time travelers who fear he’ll change the history of the TwenCen
universe. If Paul is to achieve justice, he must not only risk his own life, but
the wormhole connecting the universes. “To be or not to be” was a simple
question in comparison....


For a select few people, friendship lasts forever. Nicky Fusco and Frankie
Donovan were friends like that, but that was years ago. Now Frankie’s a
detective in Brooklyn’s Homicide department, and Nicky is a reformed hit man.
But when Frankie gets in trouble—and the law can’t help him—he turns to Nicky.

The problem is that Nicky promised his family, and God, that he’d go


At last! A sequel to 'Morgan's Choice'.

When Morgan Selwood and Admiral Ashkar Ravindra travel to Morgan's Human Coalition to learn more about the origin of Ravindra's people, their
relationship is soon sorely tested. Morgan is amongst her own people and Ravindra is overprotective and insecure, afraid of losing her. But not everyone is keen to welcome Morgan home, not when they'd gone to all that trouble to get rid of her in the first place. Soon Morgan and Ravindra have a rogue Supertech on their trail with only one goal – kill Selwood.

Together, Morgan and Ravindra follow a tenuous trail back into humanity's
past, to the time historians call the Conflagration. But what begins as an
innocent archaeological investigation escalates into a deadly peril for both humans and Manesai when Morgan and Ravindra are thrust into the middle of an unexpected conflict. And that rogue Supertech's still out there, itching for revenge.




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