Leyana is a creature of beauty and fiery vengeance, driven by a bargain made on the night of her violent death and rebirth. Only a man of strong heart can survive her allure — while at the same time connecting deeply enough to free her from her shackles. Paul Campbell might be that man…
Or he might lose himself to her altogether.
(Originally titled “Touched by Fire.” )
Jani Kilian finally has her life under control. Discharged from the Service, she’s become an important player in negotiations with the alien idomeni.
But when a classified report containing revelations about past crimes comes to light, Jani realizes that old enemies still seek to destroy her.
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