The gods want him dead...
And so does his mate.

Jack’s been beheaded, burned to a crisp, and stabbed through the heart. Yet, every time, he comes back to life. For fifteen thousand years, he’s been running from the gods, dropping his friends, his identities, his everything whenever they get too close.

He thought he was content with this lifestyle. Forever being alone. Never giving the gods someone they could use to hurt him. But all that changes when he meets Charlie, and the beast inside him, the thing even the gods fear, claims her as its mate.

Sebastian wants her to bring back the dead.
And she’ll do anything to save her son.

Held prisoner, Charlie is being forced to create monsters for Sebastian’s army. If she doesn’t do everything he asks, he’ll kill her four year old son. But if she does, she’ll damn the whole Seven Planes. Determined to find a way to kill him and escape, she can’t fathom hating anyone more.

But then she meets Jack, her supposed mate.

And his betrayal cuts at her soul.

Slashes so deep, she’ll do anything to make him pay.


Chapter thirty-three was the first one I wrote for Tricked Into It. A few things had to be changed to fit the story, but I would say 95% of it stayed the same.

Jack's father was my favourite character to write and he is soooo coming back in the rest of the series! Originally though, they didn't have a father-son relationship at all, but more of a master-slave/I own you relationship because blah blah spoiler blah blah. I like this much better, I'm happy to say!

While writing this book, I came across this brilliant singer called Jonathan Young. He does rock/metal covers for Disney songs and by the gods, his cover of 'Shiny' is spot on for Jack. I listened to that on repeat for CHAPTER AND CHAPTERS AND CHAPTERS! Definitely worth checking out. I mean, just look at the smile he gives right before he gets into it. It's soooo Jack.

The harenae at the start of the book are actually based off lamprey. I learned about these pretty little things when I travelled America and have wanted to write about them for ages. So yes, the harenae aren't actually worms. They're technically a type of fish.

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