The Sapphire Scythe

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orn in battle, my birth brought peace. But peace is boring, and so is the warlock to whom I’m betrothed.

Real name: Aria Emanuele

Code name: The Sapphire Scythe 

Supe status: first vampire/succubus hybrid. Heir to the Aeternae clan.

Military status: Top spy and assassin for the Universal Army.

I’ve been running from my duties as the heir to the supe kingdom to marry Cade, my intended, and create more hybrid children for centuries. I’ve been playing soldier, spy, assassin, or whatever takes me close to the action instead. My parents and my people think I just need time to sow my royal oats, but I love this too much to give it up.

Humans have brought themselves to World War Three. My mission in the Universal Army is to get close to the dictator who caused it. I already suspect he’s got a supe close to him, but I’m keeping it to myself for now. I want to do this myself. I had a mark close to Zimin, the dictator. My mission was simple. Extract information, then kill him. Something went horribly wrong that night. I wake up in a hotel room with a Lycan, a vamp, and a warlock. All trained assassins like me. Seems my dear parents sent them here.

There’s also a little catch in there. According to the men in my hotel, nature has given me three mates instead of one. Nature and my parents expect me to pick. Nature has a sick sense of humor and seems to know my horrible taste in men. There’s Ronric, the huge Irish Lycan, Rainer, the dark Egyptian Warlock, and Kalon, the swarthy Bulgarian vampire. I had a lot of fun in all three countries before swearing off men from any of those places and refusing to go back.

Now, I’ve got three beautiful men in front of me with all the qualities I want in a man, and I have no idea how I’m supposed to pick.

1 review for The Sapphire Scythe

  1. Mia Harper

    An action packed book with a very capable heroine who would rather go to war than mate her boring betrothed! But Aria has to choose between three potential mates her parents sent her while trying to stop a war. I was enthralled by the story from the start, I loved that Aria was able to take care of business and her mates were happy to let her. Things between the four were highly emotional, it was heart wrenching as Aria faced losing two of her men when she would have to choose, Jennifer Whiskey’s narration expressed the feelings wonderfully. I can’t wait to start book 2

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