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Moons of Carnathia

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The world of Carnathia is dying. In the aftermath of a cataclysmic event, the last remnants of civilization cling to life by utilizing the ruins and artifacts of a more prosperous era.

Half a millennia has passed since the fall of the Runathian Republic, and though true knowledge of the ancient usage of celestial stones has been lost, evidence of their potential remains. Fallen from the sky, capable of imbuing mortals with the power to summon fire, preserve memories, or even travel through the void to other worlds, celestial stones change the fate of men and history.

Zakarias of Arkaia is a talented oceanfoot living a modest life on deck, harvesting what’s left of the sea’s natural bounty. He and his crew have the luck to bear witness to a stonefall, a once in a lifetime event. The sheer magnitude of the riches that the arrival of such a large celestial stone can bring prompts them to go after it.

But they aren’t the only ones. And what Zak finds there is a greater treasure than anything he could have hoped for: a cursed sword infused with the spirit of Iathia the Pious, the most dangerous woman ever to walk the face of Carnathia. Beautiful, vindictive, and drunk on ambition, she inserts herself into Zak’s life and begins tempting him with power, sex, and purpose.

WARNING: This erotic fantasy novel contains explicit sexual content, gratuitous violence, and adult emotional situations. Reader discretion is advised.

Genre: HaremLit

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