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Enchanting Eilagh (MFM)

Dragon Warriors

Evernight Publishing

Heat Rating: SEXTREME
Word Count: 19,430
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Eilagh and her four best friends escape their jobs and lives for a few days to go camping. Fate intervenes and they get whipped away through a portal to The Land of Feury while hiking.

The Land of Feury has a problem. A virus killed off all their females years ago and Dimitri, their leader, has no idea how to solve the issue. When Dimitri’s twin, Max, finds a group of five unconscious females he can only hope of what might happen. When Dimitri and Max realize one of the females, Eilagh, is their Destined they are overjoyed.

But there is trouble brewing, and an uprising against Dimitri causes two of the women to be kidnapped. Will they be able to rescue their Destined and her friend in time? Will these five females prove to be the saviors their race has been praying for?

Be Warned: menage sex (MFM), bondage, rimming

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"Come on, just look at Uluru with all her colors out. What's not to love?"

"You do know Uluru does that at night, too? When the sun sets?" Skye said with a wink.

With them all now chuckling, they headed back into the tent to get dressed and packed up for the day ahead.

An hour later, they were all fed, caffeinated, and packed up. As they hiked toward Kata Tjuta, Eilagh swore she could smell honey in the air.

"Can any of you smell honey all of the sudden?" She took a deep breath, confirming the air around them did indeed smell sweet.

"Yeah, now you mention it. I wonder where the hive is?" Becky said.

"Nowhere near here I hope! I'm enjoying myself, and a bee sting would seriously dent that enjoyment," Binda ground out. Binda was allergic to bees. She carried an EpiPen with her always just in case, but still, prevention was so much better than cure.

"I can't hear them. If we were close enough to a hive to smell the honey we should be able to hear the buzz," Eilagh wondered out loud.

"Well, let's just keep exploring. If we start to hear buzzing we'll change direction," Skye suggested.

They continued hiking up the dry creek bed they'd been following when all of a sudden a strong gust of wind shot past them from a gorge between two of the large boulders to their left.

"That was just plain weird, and now I can smell fresh apples!" Binda exclaimed.

"Okay, we just gotta go check that out. No way could apples be growing out here in the middle of the outback," Becky said as she began making her way toward the gorge.

Eilagh and the others followed after Becky toward the gorge. As they entered the cool shadows of the gorge's high sides, the wind picked up around them. Eilagh frowned as she moved to stand closer to the others. The wind picked up speed, going faster and faster, spinning around them picking up dust and small rocks from the ground. Before long there was enough dust in the air that they couldn't see through it. It was as if a cyclone surrounded them. Her chest began to tighten in fear as she moved her hand toward the wall of wind to see if she could push through to escape. She couldn't even get close. She was still inches away from the wall when she heard a crackle of electricity and lightning began to spark before her. A bolt struck out past her with a bright flash and she heard Carina scream, but before she could turn to see if she was all right, another bolt struck out. This time Skye screamed. Two more bolts quickly followed. Terror coursed through Eilagh’s body, making her shake uncontrollably as she turned to see that she was the only one standing. The others lay at her feet—out cold.

She looked up as she heard another crackle, and her gaze caught an image through the wind. A man with blood red hair and bronzed skin. She leaned forward to see better when she felt a jolt hit her between her shoulder blades, causing her to scream out in agony as black spots formed across her vision.

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