Nina Croft offers us a world where characters on opposite ends come together for survival and love. Enter, Chosen, a futuristic, sci-fi, erotic romance published by Breathless Press. Croft surely knows how to write her characters and have very erotic scenes between them. Before any of the hot scenes enter, Croft pens a world where witches are persecuted by an order of warlocks. It’s a power struggle where they want to rule over the witches. Only thing is that Tallon, this enforce doesn’t imagine having a deep connection to Shayla. Once he starts the spell, she counters it being the powerful witch she is and send them to another place. Together they have to survive and admit to each other the feelings they both have towards each other. After reading this book, I can see this eagerly turning into a wonderful series. This genre is very popular and well like by a lot of readers. If your looking for a great read with tons of hot romance, then Croft’s Chosen is the ticket.
Author: Nina Croft
Publisher: Breathless Press
Genre: Erotic sci-fi/futuristic romance
On the world of Arroway, Witches have been persecuted for a thousand years. Now, Tallon, Enforcer for The Order of Warlocks has been sent to hunt and destroy Shayla, a powerful, young Witch.
But when he sees her, she awakens something inside him—some connection forgotten in the years of persecution. And when he starts his spell, she counters with magic so strong it rips them from their own world and into a new one—Earth.
Drawn together as unlikely allies in this strange new world, Tallon and Shayla must work as partners to find a way home. They relearn the bond that once tied Witches and Warlocks as one, and in doing so discover not only their futures at stake, but the future of their whole world.
Loosening her grip, Shayla lay still, as tremors of residual fear rippled through her. She waited for Tallon to move. When he didn’t, she opened her eyes and stared straight up into his. He was gazing down at her, something unrecognizable in his expression. She wriggled, but his broad chest held her pinned to the ground. Her cloak was open, and the heat of his body burned through the thin material of her shift. Her limbs felt weak, partly from shock but also from Tallon’s closeness.
Oh, Goddess, she was in trouble.
She had to get him off her, before she made a complete fool of herself.
The problem was—he wasn’t budging.
“I can’t breathe,” she muttered.
He didn’t get off her, but he did raise himself slightly on his elbows, and she took a deep breath. He looked down at her, his dark brows furrowed. “What was that thing?”
“I don’t know,” she replied, “but I think we should get off this hill—it’s too exposed.”
Tallon still didn’t move. She wriggled again. “Are you going to get off me?”
“Not just yet.”