Harvest of Change

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Judah El-Bara wants to do what’s right for family and faith. But, this means being the sacrificial bridegroom to the Harvest Goddess, and Judah can never love a woman. The passion in Judah’s heart burns only for one man. What will happen if Judah follows his heart? Will the Harvest Goddess take her revenge, or will love be the path that changes tradition? Author Darragha Foster spins a magical tale in Harvest of Change , a welcome addition to your romance library.

Judah Hayaam “Hay” El-Bara is a marked man born with the nevus of the Harvest Goddess. It makes him special but also portends his doom. He is destined be her husband, the seed to her soil, and it will more than likely kill him. He wants to do what’s right—for his family and for the faith to which he no longer subscribes. But he has no sexual interest in women—goddess or not. Beck Nazari shows him doing the wrong thing is way more fun and important. Will his relationship with Beck cause the sky to fall and burn because the bridegroom loves another man? Or will the gender-fluid goddess kiss away tradition-born fears and help usher in a new era? Either way, change is coming as surely as winter never fails to turn into spring. And most folks are uncomfortable with change.

Content Notes: Hot, Anal Play, Anal Intercourse, Non-Sexual Physical Assault, GLBT, M/M, Fantasy, Historical, Spirits, Goddesses, Dystopian

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