For years, Rex Mirza has been controlling every aspect of his twin brother’s life. Using the fact that Tavi is a magicless witch — a mere human — in a family of powerful witches, he has justified every harsh treatment. All of it is only for Tavi’s own good, of course. How could a human possibly know what was best for him? When Tavi gets the chance to turn the tables on his brother, will he take it? Or will he take the punishment Rex says is due for trying to run away?
(Please note that this is an alternate POV of the final chapter of Want [The Need Trilogy #1]. It contains many spoilers for the book. It portrays non-graphic twincest of dubious consent. If you haven’t read Want, you can find it on Amazon (https://amzn.to/2IXDJBw) or in Kindle Unlimited! It is not a standalone.)
One fledgling vampire. One nearly-powerless witch. Two underdogs in society. Will a chance encounter between two should-be enemies lead to anything but violence?
Until three weeks ago, Dorian was a human — one of those subjugated by the supernatural beings who now rule the world. He spent ten years struggling to survive, but now that he’s been turned, he needs to learn how to live.
Supernatural or not, Emery doesn’t have a fancy family name to back up his standing in society. The most memorable thing about him is his red hair, not his magic, and he’s had to throw in with those whose price for protection isn’t low.
Can they cure their loneliness with one another, or will society prevent them from doing anything but wonder what might have been?