Darkness Awakened by Elle Chardou
(The Supernaturals)

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The Omega…
Jori Poitier grew up never claiming the Gasquet name as he is something to be feared and an abomination in Lycan society. He is an Omega, a supreme being of their kind who can shift into any powerful animal he so desires even though he is pureblood.

The Faerie…
Laurentine Favreau is part Demi-Fey and part Sidhe but there is a secret part of her family no one talks about. For generations, the Favreaus’ have been indentured servants to the de Vries family, the most powerful Lycan Pack in the world. Her work for the King is never done until he asks her to do a special favor that will change her destiny.

The King has a special request for Jori and the Omega’s reward is Laurentine. However, from the moment these two passionate people meet, Jori knows he has no need for Laurentine to be his indentured servant. He wants her to be his mate but will she agree to such an arrangement she had absolutely no say in the matter what so ever? Even if she is falling in love with him...

WARNING: This is paranormal romance novella with sexy good times, smokin’ hot Omegas, naughty Faeries, a badly behaving Lycan King and explicit language. Blood, gore and closed door sex scenes? Not this time.

About Elle Chardou

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Elle Chardou is a pseudonym for Danielle Blanchard Benson, writer of contemporary and paranormal romance as well as dystopian fantasy and horror. Ms. Chardou is her alter-ego, and the writer of erotic romance only.As Ms. Chardou, she has written Darkness Rising, The Dawn of Darkness and Darkness Awakened in The Supernaturals, an erotic romance seriesShe is currently working on The Cloak of Darkness, book four in The Supernaturals novella series, Lara & the City of Angels in the Superstar Marriages contemporary romance novella series, and Love Voodoo: Book I from the DeGeneration two-part series.
Published July 18, 2014 by Midnight Engel Press. 118 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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