“Broken is finding the light and the
healing you crave, and knowing you can never have it.”
After the attack on
his sister and his newfound abilities forming, Henry Williams is struggling to
keep it all together. His wolf does not
allow him to sleep, and he is beginning to hear voices, torturing him mercilessly.
Henry feels as though there is a war brewing inside of him and he is unable to control it.
As a protector, he must find a way to fight
his inner demons before he is left vulnerable to the real ones.
But an unexpected love finds Henry and he tries hard to resist it.
Will Henry be able to overcome his inner demons?
Will he be able to protect his mate?
*** This is book number 2 in this series. Please note that
it is suggested to read the series in sequential order. ***
for language and mild violence.
is a wife and mother from Central Pennsylvania.
Her favorite season is fall, for hockey, changing leaves, pumpkin everything,
and bonfires often. She’s also a coffeenista with an insomnia problem. When
Rachel isn’t playing with the people inside her head, making her family believe
she belongs in the loony bin, she enjoys spending time with her family,
friends, species confused cat (he believes he’s part dog, love him), and
finding new books and music.
writing, her first love is Young Adult Paranormal, but she’s venturing outside
of her comfort zone and opening up to writing more genres. Be on the look out!
going to take a fight, I know that. But it’s more than just a fight for my
life. It’s a fight for my soul and my soul mate.’
average coffee-loving teen. She’s battling depression, an overprotective big
brother, and a depressed mother, all while trying to make friends at her new
school. In the first week, she meets a gorgeous green-eyed hottie who turns out
to be more than just some high school crush — he’s more than human. And she
unknowingly enrages a dangerous breed of demon who wants her soul and life as
payment. With the help of supernatural friends and protectors, Jazzy thinks
she’s safe until what remains of her family is put in danger. Does Jazzy have
what it takes to save her family, life, soul, and soul mate, or will all be
sexual situations, innuendoes, and violence. Recommended for ages 17 and up,
depending on maturity level.