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June 15, 2012 | Uncategorized

KevaD, my friend and critique partner has a release from Decadent, Kantu’s Heart!

When Sandra Harn drove her minivan in to Freewill, Wyoming, she had no idea her life would depend on the skills of a cave-dwelling warrior who died fifty thousand years ago. After all, she just came for the rummage sale.

Before the ice age, the warrior Kantu lost his tribe, his mate Sanda, and his life to a vicious band of cannibals led by the powerful Paool. What Kantu doesn’t know is his destiny lies beyond the death that took him and stole Sanda. When he awakens, he is plagued by a world beyond his comprehension, a civilization of towns with people who want to capture him and study his very existence. But at a festival honoring Native American traditions, Kantu sees Sanda… in the arms of Paool, and all of Kantu’s misery and strength meld into one goal – to win back his heart and kill Paool.

Sandra Harn was found abandoned as an infant and raised by her guardian “Uncle” Max. Submitting to an urge she can’t explain, she drives to Freewill, WY, for the annual rummage sale and, hopefully, to find a connection between herself and an ancient fang Max had given her. In Freewill, a second fang opens Sandra’s mind to visions of a past before the town existed, when few men walked the earth. As she questions her sanity, she finds a friend in Paul Carson, a successful real estate agent with questionable dealings.

The more Sandra learns of Paul, the more she wants to uncover his shroud of mystery. Still, Paul is everything she ever dreamed of in a man – handsome, wealthy, and seemingly devoted to her. Until she spots an exotic stranger with flowing raven hair, three claw scars across his chest, and an iron desire to kill Paul. Logic tells her to run, but her body screams surrender.

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