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Willful and daring, Lady Colette dreams of finding true love with a man who can handle her wild nature without dominating her. Those dreams come crashing down when her doting father decides it’s high time she settle down and marry a weakling lord who could never inspire her passion. While enjoying her final hunt as a free woman, Colette throws caution to the wind and chases her quarry into the dark and forbidding forest known only as “The Twist”.
Wyvern-rider, Sven, has one thing on his mind: capture the beautiful huntress he’s been watching and get her back to his mountain home. Then he can resume his bid to become his clan’s next chieftain. Just as he gets his opportunity, a dagger across his chest alerts him that his would-be-bride possesses far more spirit than he bargained for, but not more than he’s willing to take on.
Stranded together in one of the most dangerous places in the world, a lady and a barbarian find themselves at the mercy of each other as much as the labyrinthian terrain they must escape. Tension grows thick even as time runs short, for something malevolent lurks in the shadows.
Reviews for Sven the Collector
"YAS!!! This is just what I needed to break me out of my current reading slump. It was a quick read but was full of everything I love, funny characters, strong female lead, amazing banter and serious chemistry. Can’t wait for the next one" -Goodreads reviewer
"Sven gave me Khal Drogo and Griffin Beta Fisa (Amanda Bouchet's Kingmaker Chronicles) vibes... and those two characters are my holy manna of hotness." -Goodreads reviewer
"A well written story that I was not putting down until I finished reading. Lady Colette and Wyvern-rider Sven's story, had me laughing from the start." -Goodreads reviewer
When Denali Day was trying to figure out “what to be when she grew up” she noticed all her written stories featured a scene where the beautiful heroine patched up the wounds of a gallant hero. So she decided to become a nurse. Twelve years and two degrees later, she realized all she ever really wanted was to be a writer.