Ariella's Keeper

By: Michelle M. Pillow
Series: Divinity Healers
Previous Book in Series: Taking Karre
Special Note: Part of the Divinity Multi-Series
Number in Series: 1
Connected Series: Divinity Warriors, Divinity Magic
Length: Novella
Publisher: The Raven Books
Formats: Ebook
Genre: Alternate Reality Romance
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About the Book

When his father threatens to take away his research facility's funding if he doesn't come home, Dr. Sebastjan Walter has no choice but to do so. This isn't just a family reunion. It seems his father has arranged a marriage--Sebastjan's. Seeing his chance to make one last final deal to get his father out of his life, he agrees to marry the off-plane woman. After seeing her, he can't help but think he's made the better bargain.

Ariella has been held prisoner by the Medical Supreme since he cured her of a childhood illness. Forced to stay in his home as his ward, she has no choice but to do whatever he wants. When he demands she marry his son, Ariella finds this is one order she might not mind obeying.


About the Divinity Multi-Series

In one of the many universes parallel to our own, Divinity Corporation has discovered the secret to moving between the interdimensional planes. This has given them the power to do pretty much whatever they want without consequence or regulation. Diviinity has it's hand in everything: whether it's to ship unwilling brides in trade for minerals rights, to control everything from entertainment circuits to governments to academics, or to simply gain that which every greedy corporation wants--Power.

Welcome to the New World, Divinity's World.


About Divinity Healers

In Asclepius there are only two classifications of people. Doctors and Not Doctors (Sans). They are the go-to plane for anything medical. In fact, they're so focused on health it's become a bit of an obsession. Plants are encased in glass to protect people from allergens. The air is pumped full of chemicals to keep it sterile.

This is a plane teeming with germ-a-phobes.

Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.