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The Magi's Daughter

Book Two in The Prophecy Girl Trilogy

By Danielle Austen

The Magi's Daughter
Paperback, 210 pages paperback Online Price:
£7.99
ISBN: 9781909624771
Format: 203mm x 127mm
Imprint: Xcite Books
Published: 23rd May 2013

EPUB, 251 pages ebook Online Price:
£1.99
ISBN: 9781909624504
Imprint: Xcite Books
Published: 11th July 2013

Category: Erotic Novels, Fantasy, Paranormal

Rating: 5 / 5 stars - 3 vote(s).



Twenty years have passed since the events of The Magician’s Lover, and Lindsey Mikhailov now lives in rural Italy with her husband and their daughter. But when a mysterious and violent event shatters the serenity of their life together, it sets off a chain of events which will alter the lives of the magi and those around them for ever.

In a dramatic, explicit tale packed with shocking plot twists and lust-filled encounters, the family must work together to protect themselves from the words of an ancient prophecy. Along the way they will encounter enemies old and new, relationships will be tested, and the true ancestry of the magi will be revealed.

She watched as Dmitri dropped to his knees, his eyes all over her body, and she groaned with anticipation as he leant his face towards her sex. As his skilled tongue teasingly, gently licked at her soft, pink folds, a quiet gasp slipped from her parted lips and her head lolled back, the morning sunlight warming her face.

He looked up at her lovingly as he increased the pressure, kissing her pussy like he would kiss her mouth, his tongue probing every cell of her. He grunted lustfully and breathed heavily through his nose as his hands gripped her pert, round buttocks. Lindsey clutched his messy brown hair with one hand and held him close against her, and she moaned as quietly as she could while the tip of his tongue flicked hard and fast over her stiff clitoris.

Dmitri worked her expertly. One of his hands moved from his wife’s arse to his own swollen cock, and he stroked himself slowly while Lindsey came closer and closer to orgasm. She looked down at him to see his beautiful eyes looking deep into hers, then caught a glimpse of the muscles of his right arm swiftly tensing and releasing as he stroked himself; suddenly her eyebrows arched upwards as if in surprise, her entire body went rigid, and the fingers in her husband’s hair clamped forcefully as she released her silent orgasm.

His tongue slowed down on her, easing out every convulsion and contraction until he closed his lips on her and softly kissed her wet flesh. Lindsey watched blissfully as he returned to his feet. She had never grown tired of him, and she had certainly never tired of looking at the sleek, toned muscles of his slim, sexy body. Her head swam with desire, and she purred loudly as she saw the full, exquisite length of his circumcised cock.

‘Coming inside?’ he asked in a softly spoken voice.

‘No,’ replied Lindsey, smiling. She slowly lay down, easing herself onto her front, her body pressing against the stone floor of the balcony. Her firm nipples tingled pleasantly against the rough, cold material. She arched her hips very slightly and parted her legs, exposing the eager, wet hole that was desperate for her husband’s manhood. She innocently looked over her shoulder to see Dmitri returning to his knees behind her, and she smiled sweetly as he softly pressed his lips against her skin. He kissed from her buttocks to her lower back, her spine to her shoulders, until he suckled her neck and simultaneously slid the bulbous head of his prick inside her.

Lindsey gasped loudly and Dmitri chuckled quietly as he pressed his whole body against hers, easing himself inside her. He rested one arm on the stone floor, his other hand pressing firmly over Lindsey’s mouth. She made a muffled, questioning noise through his palm.

‘You said “Be quiet”, and you’re not being quiet,’ he answered huskily.

 

Danielle Austen is an ordinary woman; a full-time office manager, keen runner and self-professed nerd who spends her free time either at the gym, socialising with friends or curled up on the sofa with her husband. But unknown to her friends and her colleagues, she is also the author of full-length erotic novels which have been published worldwide in e-book and print by the multi-award winning Xcite Books.

 

 

 

Danielle’s unique blend of complex storytelling, intense action scenes and frequent, varied sexual content has received widespread critical acclaim, with E-Read Erotica Reviews citing Danielle as writing “new creations of literature that are mature, unafraid, and passionately move us as readers.” Her newest release The Ancient’s Destiny – the third and final book in the Prophecy Girl Trilogy – is her darkest and most ambitious book to date; an epic story of love, lust and magic set against the backdrop of the end of the world.

 

Find Danielle at:

Her Blog: www.danielle-austen.com

Her Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danielleaustenerotica

Her Twitter: www.twitter.com/@danniiausten

Customer Reviews:

Reviewed by: J M Patrick on 18th October 2013 2:01PM

Addictive sexy romance I had to keep reading could not put it down. Quality read recommend it if you like romantic novels.


Reviewed by: Livilla Sanders on 18th October 2013 2:00PM

This second installment of the The Prophecy Girl Trilogy is a much stronger showing by Danielle Austen. The author has clearly worked on her technique and style and learned valuable lessons from writing the first book. There is a tighter and stronger storyline which combined with less frequent but fully pertinent sexy scenes place this work solidly in the erotic romance genre. Characters introduced in the earlier book are developed and well rounded new ones introduced that constructively develop the overall story arc.

The read doesn't disappoint and even if one removed the erotic scenes one would still be left with a very good and entertaining paranormal thriller tale.
Perfect sexy reading.


Reviewed by: Saundra Fox on 10th August 2013 10:28AM

Now that it is done. Wow. Now that was a long time spent reading a book. But okay, let me be blunt, The Magi’s Daughter is by no means a dull affair. So no, me taking my time with this book is no fault of the authors.

Nope. Danielle Austen is honestly one of the more under appreciated treasures this world has. I do believe people should sit up, put their hands down their pants and get reading what is so far, a steamy series of books, starting with The Magician’s Lover.

Really people. Do yourself a favor, and go and read The Magician’s Lover. Then go and read The Magi’s Daughter. (More so if you want to write erotica yourself) Danielle is an author that seems to learn from her mistakes quite well. Where The Magician’s Lover took a bit of its sweet time to get going, The Magi’s Daughter does not suffer from a slow start at all. In fact, as far as pacing goes, there is never a moment that it makes you wish for something to happen.

That is the beauty of this story really. There is very well written story, but there are quite a lot of erotic scenes, generously detailed but not so much as to drive you to tears of boredom. Nope. The sex here does serve a purpose, and this is where Danielle obviously shines as well. She can write a sex scene that makes you hate the antagonist that little bit more, just showing off the coldness he possesses.

But then on the other hand, she has written a scene that involves a husband and wife on a kitchen counter, and well, let’s just say that the love between these two were quite palpable. It was beautiful as well as excruciatingly hot. Romantic and lusty. And I do believe it is this balance that anyone that aspires to write erotica (myself included) should strive for.

Danielle has a story to tell. She also wants to tantalize you. She does both quite masterfully. The Magi’s Daughter is as much an adventure for the imaginative amongst us, as well as a tale full of lust, romance and love for those die-hard romantics.

In closing: Danielle cites The Hand of Amun by Juliette Hastings as the reason she started writing erotica. Whilst I have not finished that book itself, the tip of the hat to Hastings is quite clear in Danielle’s work. Fans of the Hand of Amun should really pick up The Magi’s Daughter. You will love this!



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