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Stone and Sea

(Heroes of Stone #2)

3.79  ·  Rating details ·  42 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Stone and Sea Cindy Spencer Pape Sent to Atlantic City to retrieve an ancient artifact vital to the future of his clan, gargoyle Remy Rocher meets sexy selkie Marina Bell and ends up getting shot for his efforts. Now he has to find the chalice and keep Marina and himself alive-all while dealing with the hottest sex of his life and emotions that scare him more than evil wiz ...more
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Published August 8th 2008 by Ellora's Cave (first published 2008)
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This was a short and quick read, definitely a follow-up to Stone and Earth. The book does a good job of mentioning the events of that story, and weaving them into this current one. The problem I had with this story was that it focused too much on the sexual aspect of their relationship! Finding the artifact took a grand total of maybe 2 pages, and the conflict surrounding it was resolved entirely too quickly, and a bit implausibly as well. The characters don't know each other well, so their decl ...more
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“He was tall, towering several inches over the six-foot display stand he was leaning against. He was also broad, with the toned, broad shouldered and the narrow-wasted body of a football player or professional bodyguard. His pale blond hair was long, reaching to the middle of his shoulder blades and confined in a neat ponytail by a leather thong. A plain gray T-shirt molded to his chest like a second skin. When he flashed her a boyish grin, she practically melted into a puddle on the spot. “This ...more
This was a really interesting series. The steam was plentiful and the story was engaging.

The Gargoyle angle was different. It held my attention and I really liked the connecting story line.

Cover Art - Yummy!
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Cindy Spencer Pape has been, among other things, a banker, a teacher, and an elected politician, though she swears she got better. She volunteers in environmental education, when she can fit it in around writing. She lives in Michigan with her husband, two teenage sons, a dog, a lizard, and various other small creatures, all of which are easier to clean up after than the three male humans.

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Heroes of Stone (4 books)
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