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Creatures of evil roam the shadows – the Drakhyn. They may look like humans, but their taloned hands and razor-sharp teeth serve one purpose only; killing.
A Sentinel’s purpose is to patrol and protect. They are highly trained soldiers with superior skills and abilities. Whether they be Vampyres, Lycan, Castors or gifted Akrhyn, their purpose is the same; hunt the Drakhyn and rid the world of their evil presence.
Tegan has been training all of her life in seclusion to be an Elite Sentinel. Having now passed her final Trial, she is selected by the Great Council to become a member of the Elite Guard. Tegan is the youngest Sentinel to be granted such an honour and she accepts, nervous and anxious to finally be with her family. A family who never even knew she existed… until now.
Soon, fitting in with her family are the least of her worries. The Drakhyn are rising, even as unrest between the Akrhyn grows. What’s more, Tegan finds herself bonded to the most arrogant Castor she has ever met.
War is coming.
Tegan needs to be ready. She must fight to keep her world – and her place in it – free from the destruction that threatens it.
You’ve read Indian Summer from Ari’s POV – now delve into Cole’s mind. What was he thinking when he first saw her on campus? How did he feel when he realised Ari had left Big Sky? Read how he deals with the fighting in the Warehouse.
Your favourite scenes from Indian Summer rediscovered… are you ready to hear Cole’s side of the story?
**Please note that this is a novella from Cole’s POV based on the story in Indian Summer – it is strongly advised that this book is read AFTER Indian Summer and not as a standalone.**
I’m a player. A ladies’ man. That’s what my friend Ari calls me. Has always called me. I’m ok with that. It’s not only who I am.
My two best friends help make me who I am.
With a bond closer than brothers. Recently, our bond has been tested. I’m trying to move past it.
There are unspoken truths and secrets. Dangerous secrets.
And Hope Walker? Have I ever met a more frustrating woman? I know I can’t have her. I know I shouldn’t want her, she’s really not my type. She’s made it perfectly clear, I’m not her type.
When did my life become such a mess? I need more time, but time is running out.
Is our bond about to break?
My name is Aaron Jonson. I don’t have the time or the patience for most things. I’m not a nice guy.
There are few things in life I care about, my family, well…not all of them…and making money. I’m a simple man with simple pleasures. I work hard and I play harder, cliché? Probably.
I like routine. I like things to be controlled. More importantly, I like to be the one in control.
Lela Morgan is going to be a huge problem for me. I am not a babysitter. The minute I saw her in the airport, I knew she was going to be trouble.
Now she’s in my house. She’s at my work. She’s in my head.
She’s testing my limits. She’s pushing my control. She’s not going to beat me.
I play hard and I will win…because as I said, I’m really not a nice guy.
Arielle Miller has had a bad year, she’s lost more than any 18 year old should. Now she’s starting over, new state, new city, new life. She’s attending college, getting her degree and maybe, just maybe, starting to heal.
He wasn’t supposed to be here. He wasn’t meant for her.
Colton Dawson shouldn’t look at her the way he does, shouldn’t make her feel the way he does and yet he’s holding back, keeping her at a distance.
Can she cope with being so near to Colton, but not being with him, or will this time mean losing everything……….losing him?
FOR THE WIN – a short story
Raine Hudson has an uncomplicated life. A senior in high school, along with her brother, the two of them are each other’s best friend. She’s popular, her brother is on the football team, and ok, he can be a little bit of a player with the girls, but he’s not a bad guy.
Senior year is promising to be a good one. Well, there’s the silly competitive nonsense her two brothers have with Zac Hunter – but she stays away from that. Until River dates the wrong girl and Raine finds herself involved.
Now she’s on Zac Hunter’s radar.
Zac is cold, arrogant, hostile… but the more Raine sees him, the more situations she finds herself in with him, the more she’s finding she doesn’t mind being near Zac Hunter. At all.
This could be bad, Raine’s life Is getting complicated. After all, they are enemies… aren’t they?
*This is a short ‘enemies to lovers’ story, originally published in the Hate to Love You Anthology.*