For twenty long years, no druid has inhabited the tower in the dryad's valley, leaving them vulnerable to humans who'd cut down their trees. Finally, though, a mage who can protect their sacred grove has arrived seeking the magical knowledge the tower contains.
Navaar isn't a druid but they've waited long enough. No children have been born to them in too long because a dryad's tree consort, after all, cannot sire her children. A human male is needed for that. The mage Navaar is perfect, for the night they captured and seduced him, three of the dryads became pregnant. Yes, Navaar is a worthy successor to the druid who left them so long ago.
But then Navaar rescues a druidess from a Blood mage who'd wanted the tower for himself. Dylana, daughter of the druid who'd last inhabited the tower and a dryad mother, has returned to the place of her birth; and she wants the tower for herself, and no man, even if he is a powerful -- and enticing -- sex mage, is going to keep her from claiming it.
Praise for The Dryads' Tower
"This is an extremely erotic book... I've actually never read anything like it. I recommend The Dryads' Tower to those who are looking for unique erotic fantasy with unusual sex."
4 Angels! -- Gretchen, Fallen Angels Reviews
"What a delightful story about dryads, druids and mages. The Dryads' Tower grabs you from page one and gets better throughout the book."
-- Julianne, TwoLips Reviews