By Linnea Sinclair
Raheiran designated Forces captain Gillaine Davré has simply woken up in a few unknown house manner station, puzzling over the place the final 300 years have long gone. the very last thing she recollects is her send being attacked. Now it appears whereas she used to be time-traveling, she used to be ordained a goddess…. Gillaine’s basically desire of survival rests with dangerously seductive Admiral Mack Makarian, who suspects her of being a smuggler—or worse. yet he can’t start to think the total quantity of it. For Gillaine is now woman Kiasidira, holy icon to numerous believers, together with Mack—a guy who evokes emotions in her which are faraway from saintly…feelings she understands are mutual. but if their flirtation is interrupted through a treacherous enemy from the prior, Gillaine’s secret—and mystery desires—could spoil them both….
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An Accidental Goddess by Linnea Sinclair