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Today author is Aleksandr Voinov: Aleksandr Voinov is an emigrant German author living near London where, after four years in financial journalism and investment banking, he is now making his living as an editor at a ratings agency, publisher and co-owner of Riptide Publishing. At 37 years of age, Voinov has written more than a dozen novels and commercially published five print books with German publishers. After many years working in the horror, science fiction, cyberpunk and fantasy genres, Voinov has set his sights now on contemporary and historical erotic gay novels.
Scorpion (Memory of Scorpions) by Aleksandr Voinov
Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Riptide Publishing; 2 edition (May 27, 2013)
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Never stop fighting.
Kendras is a casualty of war: injured, penniless, and quite possibly the last surviving member of the only family he's ever had-the elite fighting force known as the Scorpions. When a steel-eyed mercenary offers him medicine and shelter in exchange for submission and a secret task, Kendras has no choice but to accept. He is a Scorpion; he'll do whatever it takes to survive.
But his true goal is to rebuild the Scorpions. Neither Steel's possessive nature nor Kendras's shattered foot can keep him from finding the last of his brothers, or the mysterious leader of the Scorpions, the man who held Kendras's heart long before Steel tried to take it for himself.
The goal is simple, the situation anything but. To rescue his leader and escape from Steel for good, Kendras must fight through a morass of politics and intrigue where enemies may be allies and even allies have hidden agendas. But Kendras isn't only fighting for his lost lover and tribe-he soon realizes that nothing less than the birth of an Empire is at stake.
(Note: This is a revised edition of Scorpion, originally released in May, 2011.)
This title is #1 of the Memory of Scorpions series.
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