Publisher Description

There are some beings in this world, long thought to be extinct. Some seek to protect them, others want control, but some . . . some are hell bent on their destruction.
Audrey was taken from her father, hidden away from the world, and tortured for five years. She was rescued, but is she really safe, or is there someone else waiting to betray her? Can she trust those who saved her? Can she learn to accept who she really is?
Stone was on a routine mission to extract valuable information from a rival clan of paranormals. Instead, he and his team find something much more valuable: a scarred, damaged young woman who holds many secrets, and whose power is beyond anything they could ever have imagined.There is much more to Audrey than meets the eye and Stone is determined to protect her.
Audrey and Stone are about to find out it’s hard to know who to trust.

January 31
Becca Vincenza
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Tman2906 ,

Love this!

I’ve read this so many times now. Although there is some grammar errors it’s still an amazing book. PLEASE WRITE MORE! I really really must read more of Elijah. That “man” intrigued me oh so much.

Yxml ,

Drags on unnecessarily

The concept has potential and the the main character’s back story could be interesting, but the execution of plot development Is so poor I couldn’t finish. The first 200 pages has little plot and too much repetitive exposition. The author feels the need to explain everything repeatedly instead of showing the readers or even using dialogue. The characters feel shallow and poorly developed with no backgrounds for anyone besides the main character. This renders her the only point of connection for the readers. At the same time her development moves at a snail pace both from the repetitive writing and lack of plot. Besides all of that the thing that annoys me the most is that HER SPEECH NEVER MATCHES HER PERSONALITY!!!

ClaudiaS1234 ,

Good Read

It was such a good read that I overlooked the annoying typos. AND that says a lot.

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