Omos of the Ether by K.M. Frontain
(Gods of Faith and Destruction)

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A millennium ago, Omos of the Ether chained his child to an island whose culture viewed the boy as a gift of divine protection ... and convenient slave labor. Intana is now free, but he has been missing for a century. In an effort to find him, Haru Sachoné seeks the aid of Intana's father and signs a contract of usage to secure the ether dragon's assistance.

Omos thinks he's won the latest victory in the long war with Vaal of the Depths: the uncontested right to use Vaal's favored paramour as his bedmate. But the ether dragon is about to discover Haru has sharper teeth than his divine lover.

This is the second novel in the series 'Gods of Faith and Destruction'.

Content warning: glbtq fiction, contains erotic scenes between men, 18+.

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Published February 12, 2013 by K.M. Frontain. 170 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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