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Publisher Description

When Life Falls to Pieces, Answers Lie in the Space Between

After a month-long dance tour overseas, Leni returns to Georgia to care for her great-uncle, only to find him gone, their home empty, and any evidence he ever existed wiped out. All that remains is her truck and a leather-bound book she can’t open. Nearly as disturbing, she keeps running into the deaf and dangerously sexy model she’d met in Italy, and no matter how hard she tries to shake him, her soul won’t let her.

Jeric has traveled the world in search of a piece of his past for over a year, only to reach a dead-end in Georgia … in the exact town where the beautiful dancer from Italy lives. He’s drawn to her like a moth to a flame, but his life as a loner in his silent world allows no room for girlfriends, and he tries to leave her. Except outside forces won’t let him.

When the same “tattoos” suddenly appear on their arms and the book’s lock falls open, Leni and Jeric realize there’s more between them than physical fascination. They must embark on a journey together to discover their connection to each other and their ties to the Book of Phoenix.

And they must figure it all out fast. Shadowy forms that are more monsters than men are closing in, while their own existences are crumbling around them.

This first part of The Book of Phoenix takes you on a heart-wrenching ride as you discover the answers that lie in The Space Between.

March 29
Ang'dora Productions, LLC
Angdora Productions, LLC

Customer Reviews

PrettyFlyForASci/fi ,

Page turner!

Kristie Cook Writes absolutely wonderful Paranormal Romance books! I read her book "Promise" and did not realize I was reading another book by her till I read the notes in the back of this one. No wonder I liked it so much! Loved the book. Can't wait to check out more of her writing!

Chloe😻 ,


The book is full of excitements and surprises! I couldn't even put my phone down for a second!

Katdesignsnyc ,

Pretty good

I still love soul savers series but this book was not bad. A little confusing with shifting characters but good.

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