About the book
Title: The Sacrifice
Author: Mia McKimmy
Genre: Paranormal Romance / Fantasy
Will their love survive the sacrifices that must be made?
Almost three hundred years ago, a race of immortals fled the planet of Sivadia and came to Earth. When a war divided their race, each side was led by twin sons of the Sivadian king.
From the moment Riana Martin meets Cy, the dangerously sexy Sivadian Protector, she knows it will be hard to resist him. From the first touch, Cy sets off a firestorm inside her heart and soul.
Cy knows Riana is his destiny, but since their father named him successor to the throne, his twin has been determined to destroy him.
Can Cy protect Riana from his brother…one of the most evil beings to ever walk this planet?
Mia McKimmy writes paranormal romance novels reflecting her belief that everyone has one great love, and when you find them, there’s no denying you have met your destiny.
Mia counts herself lucky to be married to her one true love. She is Mom to two grown daughters, and Nana to four grandkids who have her wrapped around their fingers.
She is a former hairdresser, and has a degree as a Registered Nurse from Georgia Highlands College. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, and Georgia Romance Writers.
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Riana returned from accompanying Cy on horseback to patrol the borders of the compound. This was their first time alone. Afterwards, she has her first of three, one-on-one fight sessions with Kyra, their instructor.
Riana changed her clothes before her fight session with Kyra, still hyped from horse-back riding with Cy. He was without a doubt, the sexiest male she’d ever met. Her womb had practically seized when she’d dismounted and slid down the length of all those hard muscles. At that moment, Tonka wasn’t all she’d wanted to ride. What would it be like to spend an entire evening with him? A smile quirked the corners of her mouth. It would be fun finding out.
The front door slammed and Riana went into the kitchen. Elle was bent over the sink guzzling water from the faucet, her face pink from exertion. She’d just returned from her fighting session with Kyra. “How did it go?”
Elle wiped her mouth with the back of her hand. “Well, I didn’t take her down. But, she didn’t take me down either. I definitely gave her a run for her money. She’s tough. She’s been doing this all afternoon and no one has put her on the mat. If you or the girl who’s with her now doesn’t, she’s going to be hard to live with. I can hear her running her mouth now.”
Dread curled in Riana’s gut. If Elle couldn’t beat Kyra, there wasn’t any hope for her. In the past, when she and Elle sparred, Elle could beat the crap out of her without breaking a sweat.
Riana put on her tennis shoes and left for the gym. When she entered, Kyra sat in the middle of the mats with her legs crossed, drinking a bottle of Voss water.
“Come on, Martin, let’s get this over with,” Kyra said.
Riana’s stomach somersaulted. What Kyra probably meant was, “Come on in. Let me beat you down so I can go home.”
“Are you still undefeated?”
Kyra’s eyes narrowed. “Yeah, why? You plan to change that?”
Riana squared her shoulders. If she let Kyra know how nervous she was, or how much she despised fighting, it’d only make her draw this out longer. Fear seemed to boost her ego. When it came to fighting ability, Kyra’s tenacious ego needed no extra fuel. Riana pinned her with a determined stare. “I guess we’re about to find out.”