Tales Of The Citadel series by Viola Grace (Book #2-#13; #15-#17; #19)Requirements:
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Viola Grace was born in Manitoba, Canada where she still resides today. She really likes it there.
She has no pets and can barely keep sea monkeys alive for a reasonable amount of time.
In keeping with busy hands are happy hands, her hobbies have included cross-stitch, needlepoint, quilting, costuming, cake decorating, baking, cooking, metal work, beading, sculpting, painting, doll making, henna tattoos, chain mail, and a few others that have been forgotten. It is quite often that these hobbies make their way into her tales.
Viola’s fetishes include boots and corsetry, and her greatest weakness is her uncontrollable blush.
Her writing actively pursues the Happily Ever After that so rarely occurs in nature. It is an admirable thing and something that we should all strive for. To find one that we truly like, as well as love.Genre:
Science Fiction/RomanceWrapped In Thought (Tales Of The Citadel, #2)
Espionage was never something offered to Aliiva as a career path until the Citadel came for tea.A Healing Caress (Tales Of The Citadel, #3)
Exotic and talented, Bren wants nothing more than to get her hands on the man who saved her and subject him to her healing caress.Fighting Sanity (Tales of the Citadel, #4)
Being a bastard on Bassinor has been difficult enough, but Erinii Zakkata has always done her duty to family and that was what landed her in the facility to begin with. Gassed into a hallucinogenic state, she has spent four years trying to swim out of the fanciful creations of her mind, and with a little intervention from a familiar face she manages to find reality again. Or did she?A Hunter's Dream (Tales of the Citadel, #5)
Iris has used her ability to dream her target's location to gain recognition and to be the most efficient hunter she could be. The psychic knives that appear at the ends of her hands help her to stun rather than kill prey when a death is not necessary. Nothing escapes her, not livestock, not lost people. Anything that runs, she can hunt. When the Citadel calls on her to help find a lost object in an alien jungle, how can she resist the urge to test her skills on another world? Venin is a throw-back shifter of the Azon variety. He has the ability to embrace his peoples' most ancient form and use the instincts that accompany it to his advantage. Partnering with Iris is not his first inclination but once he gets to know the hunter, he wants nothing more than to sprint with her in the wild and test out both of their basic instincts to the max.Bound By Law (Tales of the Citadel, #6)
Physical talents are illegal on Resicor, they fear an uprising and so lock their active talents away. Col knows her talent for flight can get her arrested and if she dares to show it in public, her life will end in the dome. A robbery at a museum ends up with her being thrown off a roof and it is fly for her life or die a free woman. She negotiates with herself swiftly and decides that freedom might be possible if she can live to see it. Ysyr is on retrieval duty when he meets his first Resicor and she knocks him and his instincts on their backsides. Life with this woman might be awkward, but being without her is intolerable from the moment she put her trusting hand in his.A Limitless Sky (Tales of the Citadel, #7)
Ikari has enjoyed life on the family farm until a neighbour turns her in for being a talent, from that point on, things spiral rapidly beyond her control. She is put in a restrictor suit, shipped off world and sent to Teklan base to try to remove the suit without killing her. Ikari has an assignment as the courier on Dorali, and her new partner is waiting. Khivon has known his flier was coming to him for over a year, but when she shows up and her eyes spark memories of far-off nebulas, he feels his instincts taking over when his logic should have been holding fast.Call the Moon (Tales of the Citadel, #8)
Naka can use her mind to destroy a world, or she can save it. When nothing seems right, she calls the moon.Fire Dance (Tales of the Citadel, #9)
Her element is fire, her mind is missing memories and a dream master is her keeper. Hahvi’s dance will reshape a world.Wrapped in Starlight (Tales of the Citadel, #10)
Freedom to use her power has finally come, but the ball of mist Kiiki is partnered with causes a riot in her new reality.Called to Power (Tales of the Citadel, #11)
Syrella was born to nobility and cursed by her talent. The last thing she expected was to be called to power. Crisis Management (Tales of the Citadel, #12)
Dev auditions for a place in the Citadel and her strength and resilience get her a position but is it what she really wants?The Duty of Pain (Tales of the Citadel, #13)
Taking pain from those in need cost her nothing until her freedom was ripped away and a life of adventure was offered in exchange.Power of Learning (Tales of the Citadel, #15)
Wisdom comes at a cost, but if knowledge can be shared, it might not kill her.Light of Battle (Tales of the Citadel, # 16)
Forced to retire, Jiska must leave her world to ratify a treaty by partnering with a man who sees the truth in everything.Mauled by Destiny (Tales Of The Citadel, #17)
A brutal attack changed her life and turned her into a monster with the power to defend those who cannot or will not defend themselves.Ice Runner (Tales of the Citadel, #19)
Using heat to skim along ice delivers her into the arms of a botanist who has more than a casual interest in her and her talent.Download Instructions:Book #2-#13; #15-#17; #19: DownloadBook #17: Download
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