(Primani Series Book Six)
By Laurie Olerich
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Saol Mates is a companion book to Broken Souls.
Dec and Rori’s romance continues with the next book in the Primani Series. Note: Saol Mates isn’t a stand-alone title. Readers should finish Broken Souls before picking up Saol Mates to fully enjoy Dec and Rori’s journey.
Dec and Rori just want to get married and live happily ever after… and after … and after. The date is set. The invitations have been sent. Beautiful, playful and bound by more than human love, they have no idea that all hell’s about to break loose.
The Angel of Wrath is not in a good mood. Brutally tortured and left for dead in Central Park, he wakes up with only one thought on his mind: Kill the demon, Seth. Unfortunately, there are complications.
Ambitious, vicious, and clever, Seth thinks he’s got everything under control. If he can complete this one special mission, he’ll finally get into the big boss’ inner circle. The only thing standing between him and the power he craves is a rebellious virgin and a furious angel.
Caught between Heaven and Hell, can Dec and Rori survive long enough to make it to the altar?
Laurie Olerich is the author of the Primani and Demons After Dark series. Part romance, part paranormal, part adventure…Three things she can’t live without! Laurie spent most of her life in the Northeastern United States and in Western Europe. She now lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her son and Dalmatian muse, Rambo. In an attempt to re-live her wild and crazy younger years, she lives vicariously through her characters by setting their adventures in her favorite city, New York, and the mountain forests of New England as often as possible. Before diving into a writing career, Laurie dedicated 20 years to her country by serving in the United States Air Force. Much of her time was spent around men with guns and cool toys…this explains her obsession with both.
Dec and Rori get romantic.
“Let’s go inside. I have something for you.” Dec’s dimples flashed for a second before disappearing into the darker shadow along his jaw as he flipped the lock on the French doors.
“Oh, really?” She arched a brow in her best imitation of Sean’s quizzical look. “Whatever could it be?”
Walking her backwards, he slipped the sweater from her shoulders and dropped it to the floor. Next went the silky shell. The flash of heat in his eyes caused her to stumble as all the blood in her brain made a mad dash for more useful body parts. The second they turned into the room, she twisted free and skipped to the bed with Dec right behind her. Pulling him down to the bed, she straddled his lap. Her short skirt rucked up to her waist, leaving him with a view of white satin bikinis.
Amused, he snapped the lacy waistband. “You’re wearing underwear? What gives?”
“It was windy today. Better safe than sorry.”
“So glad you didn’t wear a bra.” His eyes gleamed with appreciation as he cupped both breasts with warm, calloused hands. “I would’ve torn it off–” He skimmed each nipple with his fingertips until they begged for his mouth. “–with my teeth.” Still holding back, he tweaked one and then the other, blowing on each without tasting them. “Mmm, so pink and sweet. Exquisite. Have I told you lately how much I love your nipples?” His playful words were followed by even more playful licking of both breasts and smacking kisses across the ticklish space between her breast and underarm that left her fizzing with giggles.
“Only eight million times!” She scooted back to unbutton his jeans and froze at the odd bulge in his pocket. “What’s this?”
“Surprise.” His voice dropped to a husky whisper that sent a new tremor of anticipation racing through her veins. His sleepy, hungry eyes grew somber. “Want to see it?”
Smiling broadly, she said, “Oh, yes, please.”