Someone Varius trusts wants him dead.
And so do I.
They call him an abomination, a freak of nature just because he's a witch without magic. My hatred of him goes deeper than that. He's a monster wanting to marry my baby sister, to kill her hopes and dreams by turning her into nothing more than a womb to push out his heirs.
Well, I'm not going to let that happen. I sold my life to save hers fifteen years ago, becoming an assassin for our father to use for his darkest of sins. Now I have a special skillset and a name I'm willing to kill for free.
But the woman he buys in my father's office…
My neighbor doesn't know I have a key to her house. Doesn't know I watch her sleep or that the dreams of me she has aren't merely dreams. She doesn't know she's my girl, who I've claimed in a blood ritual that will bind our souls together.
When she goes out hunting for the supernatural, she draws the attention of Antonio Garcia, alpha of the werewolves and head of a rival gang. He'll attack her to get to me, to deal a blow to my Family that will weaken us in the coming war.
But I am the reaper who haunts the night.
And anyone who hurts what's mine will not live to see the morning.
Only...Antonio is consuming something that is causing his power to grow exponentially. When he becomes too strong for me to kill, how will I protect my girl?
As a woman of the Shadow Family, my only worth is in my ability to breed. Wanting me to create the next generation of soldiers to fight the werewolves and vampires of St Augustine, my father marries me off to a powerful witch called Caden Davenport.
But on our wedding day, we’re attacked by the werewolves, and I’m kidnapped by the alpha for killing his mate. After stabbing my hands to a tree, he begins to punish me…
By the time I’m rescued, I’ve been beaten into a coma.
But my husband still wants the heirs he was promised…
Soft Edition – 95% of triggers; Amazon ‘friendly’ (no CSA)
Hard Edition – 100% of triggers
A romcom fantasy full of dark humour and total bonkerness. Mindless reads that are great as palette cleansers.
Miranda Grant Books