TERRA’S VICTORY by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Destiny’s Trinities Book 7.0

Vampire Menage Urban Fantasy Romance Novel

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If the one she loves stays with her, Earth itself will be in danger.

Beth, Lindal and Zack are frantically directing the last phase of the war against the Grimoré when Lindal’s father, the king of the elven world, demands Lindal return home to take up his predestined role, never to return to Earth.  If Lindal refuses, the elves may withdraw their badly needed fighting forces.

Meanwhile, as the trinities work to defeat the Grimoré and their vampeen minions, questions rise.  What will happen to the trinities when the war is over? What if the bonding ceases to hold them together?

No matter what, Beth and her trinities must bring victory to the people of Terra against an enemy that threatens to destroy everyone and leave the world barren and lifeless….

Is this the end of the bonding…?

This is the seventh and final book in Tracy Cooper-Posey’s explosive urban fantasy series that reviewers have called sexy, dramatic and dangerous. Grab your copy today!

This book is part of the Destiny’s Trinities series:
1.0:  Beth’s Acceptance
2.0:  Mia’s Return
3.0:  Sera’s Gift
3.5:  The First Trinity (Novellas 1-3)
4.0:  Cora’s Secret
5.0:  Zoe’s Blockade
6.0:  Octavia’s War
6.5:  The Second Trinity (Novellas 4-6)
7.0:  Terra’s Victory
7.5:  Destiny’s Trinities (Series Boxed Set)

A Vampire Ménage Urban Fantasy Romance Novel

{Also see: Romance, Urban Fantasy, Menage Romance, Paranormal Romance, Novels}

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“Queen Reliniel has chosen to move beyond the veil,” Amrod said, his tone sorrowful.

“She died?” Beth asked, and Lindal’s fingers tightened around hers.

“I didn’t think elves could die,” Zack said.

“We do not die and crumble as you humans do, that even the undead among you must eventually do,” Amrod said.  “But after an age or two, we can feel the weight of time, or having nothing left to do for our world.  We move beyond the veil, to escape mortal concerns.”

“Call it what it is,” Lindal said harshly.  “She’s dead to us.  There is no return from there.”

Baralathor sighed.  “I understood her reasons.  Her broken heart has never mended from the blow it received.”

Lindal didn’t speak.  His shoulders and jaw were tight with anger.

Beth realized with a jolt that what his father meant was that Lindal and Sera coming to Earth and joining their fight against the Grimoré had impacted negatively upon their mother.

She could feel her own back straightening and her shoulders drawing back.

Zack’s hand soothed its way up her spine.

Baralathor kept his gaze on Lindal.  “It is my wish to join your mother there, my son.  My time is ending here.”

Lindal shook his head.  “No.”

No, what?   Beth didn’t say it aloud.  The two elves sitting opposite her and Lindal and Zack had grown stiff with tension.  She didn’t understand why, but her heart was racing, anyway.  Why did it feel like Lindal was being threatened?

“This war has spilled over, beyond the control of the trinities you insisted would save us,” Amrod said.  “It is threatening our world, now, too.  The portal must be closed.”

“No,” Lindal repeated, more loudly this time.

“You can close the portal?” Zack asked, his tone sharp.

Baralathor ignored him.  So did Amrod.

“I have indulged your proclivities for long enough,” Baralathor told Lindal.  “It is time for you to return to your world, both you and Séreméla.  You must take up your appointed role as leader.  Your wife, your queen, awaits you.”

Lindal let out a gusty sigh, his head dropping.  This time, he didn’t refuse.


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