Storm Dancer by Rayne Hall
(Dark Epic Fantasy)

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Dahoud is a troubled hero with a dark past. As a siege commander, he once razed, raped and killed... and he enjoyed it. Now he needs to atone.
He has sacrificed everything to build a new identity and a life of peace, and he devotes himself to protecting women from harm.
But Dahoud is not alone. Inside him lives a devious demon, a djinn that demands he subdue women with force. It torments him with pains and tempts him with forbidden desires.
When the women in Dahoud's life repay his kindness with betrayal, his hard-won control over the djinn breaks.
Would you dare an alliance with this man? Could you forgive his evil past? Could you trust him with your life, with your freedom, with your love?
Storm Dancer is a big book, giving many hours of reading pleasure. As a dark-epic fantasy novel, it deals with dark issues and may not be suitable for young readers. (If you enjoy A Game of Thrones, you'll probably be ok with Storm Dancer.) British English.

About Rayne Hall

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 Rayne Hall writes horror and fantasy fiction. She is the author of forty books in different genres and under different pen names, published by twelve publishers in six countries, translated into several languages.
Published September 11, 2011 by Scimitar Press. 459 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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