Slayer by D.L. Snow

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Marriage? No, thanks. She’d rather kiss a dragon.

An Enchanted story.

All Prince Cahill needs to assume the throne is one simple thing: a wife. Except every virgin princess in the kingdom has turned up deflowered before the deal can be sealed. The very next maiden to cross this threshold, he vows, will be his bride.

When she appears—injured, half-frozen and reeking of dragon dung—he holds to his promise and puts her to the final test to prove her worthiness. A test that involves a mattress and a pea.

Breanna couldn’t be less interested in marriage, especially to a cocksure royal like Cahill. Since losing her family to a dragon horde, she has become the continent’s finest slayer—a job she doesn’t plan on giving up until the last dragon’s blood drips from her sword.

Yet her sleepless nights are plagued with visions of Cahill doing wicked things to her untutored body. And when she fights at his side to repel a dragon attack, her visions become delicious reality.

But Queen Eleanor, whose reign is about to end, has no intention of giving up her power. Not to Prince Cahill, and certainly not to some young upstart…

Warning: This book contains corruption, seduction, conspiracy and magically-induced erotic dreams. And that’s just the first chapter.


About D.L. Snow

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DL SNOW has a passion for bringing myths to life, whether it's stories about time travel, reincarnation, Robin Hood or any number of legends. She believes there's magic to be found in the world around us even if we only experience it through our imagination. DL lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her two dogs, two cats, two children...and one husband. To learn more about her, visit
Published August 31, 2010 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 76 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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