Authors: Chrissy Peebles
Chrissy Peebles and C.M. Owens
Published by Dark Shadows Publishing, 2014.
This is a work of fiction. Similarities to real people, places, or events are entirely coincidental.
First edition. April 14, 2014.
Copyright © 2014 Chrissy Peebles and C.M. Owens.
Written by Chrissy Peebles and C.M. Owens.
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Immortal Destinies. We hope you enjoy the books you are about to read and meet some new characters to love!
Alyssa Coldwell decides to put her destiny as an immortal witch to the side, so she can take the chance to live like a normal girl amongst regular humans before she too is part of the fey world. She wants a break from magic and all the dangerous drama that comes with it, but life doesn't always let you do as you please.
Magic is supposed to be simple - you're either light or dark. But Alyssa is brutally awakened when she learns that life isn't always so simple. There are gray areas, and there is more to being light than simply saying you are.
But magic isn't her only problem, humans have problems as well. When she meets Kane Ice, she finds herself in a situation she's never been before. She's been sheltered by her overly protective mother, so being with a guy hasn't ever been an easy task. Kane makes it impossible not to try... while she can. Though she knows she'll have to leave him once her body turns immortal, she can't help but fall for him.
What's the problem with a witch loving a human? So, so many things. Her world is too dangerous, and her attempt to take a break from it fails miserably when her mother is taken captive. With danger always around her, she knows Kane will never be safe. But it's too hard to let him go.
Kane's not so fragile though, and he refuses to lose the only girl he's ever really cared for. Secrets are a part of Alyssa's life, but she's not the only one with a locked vault full of unspoken truths. When the secrets come out, Alyssa loses all her faith, her will, and her hope.
Genre: Paranormal romance and fantasy adventure
Never marry a stranger...even if he is a drop-dead gorgeous immortal king.
Never pretend to be a princess.
And most importantly...never slip on an ancient wedding ring you know nothing about.
Sarah Larker returns to a cave where her sister disappeared ten years earlier. She walks through a portal and is mistaken for a runaway princess on the run by a dangerous immortal king in medieval times. Her plan is bold as well as daring—become this princess, wed the king, and slip on an ancient wedding ring that will unlock the portal back home. Then find her sister and run as fast as she can out of Dodge. But taking on the identity of Princess Gloria comes along with dangerous consequences; and slipping on the ruby ring comes with an even higher price.
BLURB: Daughter of Aphrodite
Oh my Goddess! Just when Adisia Titan gives up on men, she finds Devin Cole. He's sexy, rich, and... persistent. Against her better judgment, she falls for him harder than she ever thought she could. But, Devin's secretive eyes and cryptic conversations leave her worried a stinging heartbreak is inevitable. Devin's secrets come to light, leaving her completely shocked and horrified. But not as horrified as she is when she learns her own secrets. Adisia never believed in the world of supernatural until it came crashing down at her feet. Now she's stuck in between the two realms, both promising to leave her destroyed.
Devin refuses to lose her, and to keep her safe, he'll sacrifice everything. With death's breath on their back, they're forced to face a force they're not ready to contend with. Too many fates lie in their hands, and too many are ready to tear them down. Their love may just be the key to saving the world from the fate the dark hands are trying to deal.
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Text Copyright 2013 by Christie M. Owens.
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"Maybe tomorrow we can find someone to take care of the rest of your furniture," my mother breathlessly releases, as we finish heaving my far too heavy couch into the living room.
"Or we could finish now since I have to start work tomorrow," I chirp with a grin.
I know she's not tired, but she's very opposed to doing things the
way. Too bad. That's what I plan to be for as long as I can.
"I could go persuade some of your hunky new neighbors to help us out," she says while flashing me a scandalous grin.
The candles in the house flicker before rising to a flame as the fire starts to spread over her eyes, making me scowl in response.
"No magic in my house," I caution while standing up and heading back out.
"It would be a hell of a lot easier to get your stuff in using magic," she huffs as the candles stop their blazing intent without leaving a smoky trail.
"Not concerned about getting it done easily," I chuckle out. "That's sort of the point of my new start."
She follows me to the oversized truck I rented, and we start lugging out the next set of furnishings.
"It's part of you, Alyssa. The sooner you start accepting it, the better. You're so pow-"
"Don't say it," I interrupt, holding a hand up. "If you say it, I'll finish unpacking by myself."
She crosses her arms in protest, but I roll my eyes as I head back into the house while carrying my two lamps. As soon as I walk in, a growl of agitation slips through my tight lips. All of my furniture, clothes, and everything else has been put into place. Even my pictures are hanging on the damn walls.
"Seriously?" I gripe, knowing damn well she's out there laughing.
She walks in, a smug look on her face, and I roll my eyes.
"What? You can't expect me to spend all day sweating and toiling over all this unnecessary labor when I'm not going to see my daughter for months."
Guilt. She always uses guilt. Amazing.
"Fine. I'll order a pizza, and you can grab some wine out of the grocery bags I have over-" I look up to see they've also been taken care of. "Never mind. You can find the wine wherever you put it."
She lets a bit of a chuckle escape and the television turns on as she passes by.
"Really? You're so lazy you can't even use the remote?"
"Not lazy, dear, just special... like you."
Oh you're special all right.
I somehow refrain from letting that snarky comment out.
"Get your hair out from behind your ears. You know I absolutely hate that."
And she wonders why I'm moving out
Like a small child, I do as my mother says and pull my hair out from behind my ears. It's her biggest pet peeve. After the little stunt she just pulled, I should keep both sides of my hair tucked behind my ears all day.