Parents murdered, her home burned, Mirela Rawlings fled to Kenmare for sanctuary. It was there she overcame a childhood of pain with a fiery spirit, unruly determination, and an extraordinary gift. With legends and lore of gypsies running through Mirela’s blood, she always knew her dreams were more than smoke and fantasy.
Conner Delany arrives in Kenmare—a land of dazzling lakes and lush forest—a place where his ancestry began and his destiny awakes. The last thing he expected to find was Mirela. Conner has a dark past and a secret to protect, but he is unable to resist the gypsy with a body of a goddess and eyes of a sorceress.
Since Conner’s arrival, Mirela’s dreams have become relentless.
Everything Charlotte Winston thought she knew has been thrown out the window. From the moment she opens her eyes, the world she remembered ceases to exist, and in its place is a post-apocalyptic realm filled with unimaginable dangers. And one very smoking hot guy who has an uncanny ability to make her blood sing, then boil in a blink of an eye.
Dash Darhk is everything her parents would hate. He’s six feet and two inches of dark temptation and a killer smile, that’s surely left a stream of broken hearts in his wake. But her parents are nowhere to be found. Charlotte is alone in this new world. Destroyed by a toxic mist, the land isn’t the only thing altered, but the inhabitants as well.
I wondered what my life would be like if we had never moved to the ho-dunk town of Spring Valley, Illinois. Sure the internet service was splotchy, there was nothing but miles of wheat fields, and I probably wouldn’t be faced with death at every corner.
My only neighbor in this god forsaken town was…well there really was only one to describe him, hot as hell. With his sinful dark looks, unusually silver eyes, and kissable lips, there was something about him that was more than meets the eye.
Of course I was determined to find out.
Chase Winters might be drool-worthy, but he was also insufferable, arrogant and…in short a d-bag. Our relationship was anything but love at first sight. Not even close. There was something weird about the family living next door.