Warrior by Cheryl Brooks
The Cat Star Chronicles

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Even near death, his sensuality is amazing... She has only one chance to tame him.

Leo arrives on Tisana's doorstep a beaten slave from a near-extinct race with feline genes. As soon as Leo recovers his strength, he'll use his extraordinary sexual talents to bewitch Tisana and make a bolt for freedom.

Tisana, whose healing powers are legendary, already knows Leo's the one who can help her fulfill her destiny... she can't let him get away now. Forced together on a dangerous journey, Tisana must reveal all of her powers, and Leo must give all of himself to gain his freedom.

The second book in wildly popular Cat Star Chronicles, a paranormal romance series featuring heroes with a feline gene that gives them remarkable sexual powers.

The Cat Star Chronicles:
Slave (Book 1)
Warrior (Book 2)
Rogue (Book 3)
Outcast (Book 4)
Fugitive (Book 5)
Hero (Book 6)
Virgin (Book 7)
Stud (Book 8)
Wildcat (Book 9)
Rebel (Book 10)

Praise for Slave, Book 1 in The Cat Star Chronicles:
"A sexy adventure with a hero you can't resist!"—Candace Havens, author of Charmed & Deadly
"Fascinating world customs, a bit of a mystery, and the relationship between the hero and heroine make this a very sensual romance."— Romantic Times
"You don't want to miss this one"— Star-Crossed Romance


About Cheryl Brooks

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Cheryl Brooks is a critical care nurse by night and a romance writer by day. She is a Romance Writers of America member, and lives with her husband, two sons, five cats, five horses, and one dog in Indiana.
Published October 1, 2008 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 356 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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