(#1) (Tales of the Dominion)

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Welcome to the magical world we dreamt of as little girls, filled with the excitement teenagers crave and the romantic love women long to inspire. OUT OF THE BLUE is the first book in the exciting new series ‘Tales of the Dominion’. A must read for all romance lovers.

“I looked down upon her beautiful, innocent face.
That was when I made the decision which would change my life forever.”

After an impassioned run-in with Nicholas - the handsome young successor to the aquarium where she works- Amelia’s body reacts in a way she never dreamt possible. Their new romance is filled with an intensity that threatens to consume them as their destinies become entwined.

Nicholas’ untold secret of being a merman as well as being heir to the Southern Dominion, is merely a ripple on the ocean of mysteries he holds. His sudden departure leaves Amelia alone and vulnerable to the cunning wiles of Nathaniel, Nicholas’ cousin, adversary and well-known playboy.

Amelia’s comforting workplace is turned upside down the day she meets Athan (AKA Nathaniel). This smug, conceited guy is not only the Aquarium’s newly employed Marine Biologist… but her new boss! She is soon confused by the back flip in his demeanor, and worse, the changes in her own emotions and desires.

If only Nicholas would return, her life would be so much easier. Little does she know life with Nicholas could never be simple. He changed her life long before they ever met; setting forth a turbulent wave that hasn’t even hit her yet.

With a fresh insight into this mythical world, this new portrayal will have you believing the impossible and wanting more after the final page is turned.


About KR Elliott

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K R ELLIOTTKylie Elliott, born in Sydney, grew up in a small Australian country town called West Wyalong. Years later, her family moved to the nation's capital, Canberra, where she now lives with her husband, two children and two stepchildren.Kylie has worked as an entrepreneur most of her life, having owned and operated several independent business, though she has now turned her hand to writing.Having always had a fascination with the idea of mer-people and a craving to have this mythical world explored with a more passionate and believable view, Kylie eagerly undertook to writing her own fantasy novel that personified these sentiments with a fresh and unique writing style."Tales of the Dominion - Out of the blue", is Kylie's first novel, and the first book in the "Tales of the Dominion" series. Although the story was completed in under a month, Kylie then exhausted many months editing, much of this time spent in the gardens of Rose Cottage, a local heritage listed cafe. Kylie is now preparing to write the sequel, "Into the deep". Keep an eye out on www.krelliott.com.au for further information.
Published August 10, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 416 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The New York Review of Books

Thoughts about Africa and Roger Casement, Joseph Conrad and the building of the Belgian Congo Railway drift to Belgium, then to the battle of Waterloo, whose site Sebald remembers visiting, and then to a small restaurant not far from the battlefield, where Sebald, thinking of Stendhal’s young her...

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Time Out New York

Here, with the help of Lord Faa’s good-hearted Gyptians, ferocious ice bear Iorek Byrnison (badly voiced by a miscast Ian McKellen), cowboy aeronaut Lee Scoresby (Sam Elliott), witch queen Serafina Pekkala (Eva Green) and a precious truth-telling instrument called an alethiometer, she confronts h...

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