Wild and Free
The Three Series, no. 3
Abel Jin and Delilah Johnson have lived their lives with a hole in their soul, yearning for something they don’t understand.
Until one night Delilah is in mortal danger and a man who’s otherworldly strong and supernaturally fast saves her. Delilah is then cast into a world where fiction comes to life in the form of Abel, her destined mate, a vampire/werewolf hybrid who claims her at first breath as his.
But Abel knows the danger isn’t done. He’s dreamed for centuries that his mate will perish and he will stop at nothing to keep her safe.
For Delilah, she’s not only coping with fantasy come to life, but a mingling of very different families. Not to mention, she has on her hands a man who doesn’t understand his true nature and has lived his long life thinking he’s a monster.
Abel and Delilah together fills the hole that has been clawing at them for decades. But finally finding each other, it also tips their destinies as the last of The Three. They must unite with the other destined lovers, who with Abel and Delilah, are fated to save the world.
Or die trying.
The Three Series
Loved reading these. Should be a movie.
This was an amazing novel. I could not put it down. Loved the storyline.
Sucked gleefully back in again
So I've tried to break away from Kristen's deliciously deep mold of characters. Attempting to enjoy other fiction only to find they all fall short. Their characters are too underdeveloped or the plot line is yawnably boring. I haven't found an author I've devoured so avidly since Nora Roberts..and even that was not as wonderfully deep in all the plots and characters. In fact I lost my appetite after the second set of plot lines around What was popular at the time...was it Irish witches? Yet Ashley's work is fresh, bold...breathing new life into this romance reader. She does it again with the finale to the prophesy...and I am left dreading another ending to the magic. What a gift you have Kristen! I love that you tell your readers about the happily ever afters in all your books. It makes the leaving less bittersweet! Thank you for the laughter and tears!