Sophie Kisker

Welcome to my Eden Books store! I am so excited to have the opportunity to sell books without the censorship that seems to be increasing every day. At this time I only have ebooks but I will be eventually selling paperbacks here as well.

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A few of my books are published though Blushing Books, and can’t be sold here on Eden Books. You can find them on Amazon, though. They include:

Fear and Desire (noncon, capture fantasy)

The Midrosian Chronicles (sci-fi, BDSM, noncon, capture fantasies)
~Memories of Surrender
~Longings of Surrender
~Tears of Surrender

Saved: Nectar for the Gods Book 2

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She’s escaped, and they’re hunting her down.

Abriela was transported through time to satisfy Anterrins’ addiction to human nectar.

When brothers Kirin and Damek find the small human and take her home, they realize they can’t give her up. She’s feisty and disobedient, and chastising her only draws them closer.

But her owner is closing in on her.
Friends who promise safety deliver betrayal.
Even if they form a mating bond, she’s no safer, and breaking the bond would be deadly for all three.

Will the two aliens who love her be able to give her the first happiness she’s known since leaving Earth?

An HEA menage romance with unequal power exchange, and trigger warnings for dark themes.

This is the second full book in the Nectar for the Gods trilogy. Though it can be read as a standalone, the order of the story is Claimed (a free novella), Owned, Saved, and Given.

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Format

EPUB (for NON-KINDLE users), MOBI (FOR KINDLE USERS)

Publication Date

8/24/2019

Word Count

49,000 words

Page Count

206 pages

Publisher

Sophie Kisker

Language

English

1 review for Saved: Nectar for the Gods Book 2

  1. Saskia van Reenen

    This is the second full length book in a new series by Sophie Kisker taking place on the world of Anteros.

    I really enjoyed this book. It shows more about the world, the people and the politics that divide the country. Tension is rising in Anteros and that has a great impact on the main characters. I will not say anymore because I don’t want to spoil things.

    I loved the relationship between the characters. It felt very natural. They are characters who aren’t perfect, but that always makes them more real. They try to make the best of a difficult situation and find out things about themselves they weren’t aware of before. They all have a journey they go through.

    It is a real original story with dark themes, but there is also humor, sweet, tender and sexy moments

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For years I wrote and hid capture fantasies and stories of unequal power exchange in the computer, convinced that no one would be interested in the twisted musings of my mind.  When the internet finally showed me that there were others who shared the same dark desires I’d hidden, I decided to come out of the closet.

My men are strong, even when love makes them tender. My women are fierce and independent and will not surrender until they are respected. My stories are about negotiating the often-dark dance of dominance and submission between the two. In the end, though, he always claims her heart.

Right now, I split my time between being mother, wife, overworked employee, and slave to the cat. Most evenings will find me hiding in my office cave to write, where I only care about my internet signal and the strength of my coffee.