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This is a standalone story in the Shadow-walkers series.She’s the most powerful Shadow-walker and the most vulnerable.
Dina, the wild, strong-willed drummer for Hecate’s Fury and wearer of the Gateway rune, is thrust back in time where she meets a tall, handsome faery king. Beneath all the beauty of the aes sidhe city lurks a dark, menacing danger, and nothing is as it seems. She may be the only one to help them, but the cost to her is high.
Beware a kiss in moonlight.
Roan may be the only male to tame Dina’s restless spirit, the king’s cold nature both enticing and challenging. However, another covets her Shadow-walker and bruja powers. The rival’s obsession is relentless, his magic difficult to resist, even for a Shadow-walker.
Past and present collide as both males vie for her. Only the power of love and sacrifice can unite her with her true mate.
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The five young women of Hecate’s Fury are more than rock stars.
They are Shadow-walkers, chosen to help the supernatural world. There’s just one problem. No one trained them.
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˃˃˃ Dare to be captivated. Scroll up and grab a copy today.Quotes from Awakening the Fae
Another man, one just as handsome as the king, entered, his eyes lighting up. “Who is this dark-skinned beauty?”
I had to bite my lip to make sure I wasn’t stuck in a dream.
The sharp sting burned my eyes.
Queridos dioses. I wasn’t dreaming.
The elven king sent me a dismissive stare. “Silence.”
“Que pendejo,” I muttered, glaring at him. It was impossible for me to keep my mouth shut despite the potential consequences.
King Roan raised his brows.
Teleran chuckled. “I don’t know what she said, but it sounded like an insult, brother. I like her. She’s quite the spring mare.”
Valera pushed past Roan and stalked toward me. “Why is she dressed like a man?”
I bristled and stared at her snug gown. “Why are you dressed like a medieval bimbo?”
“Look, Elrond, I don’t wear dresses. Period.”
“I’m not a virgin. Does that bother you?” I brushed my hands down his taut, tattooed chest.
He caressed my shoulders. “Not if it doesn’t bother you that I am.”
“I don’t like you dancing with my brother.” He twirled me around again and back to face him.
Notching my chin, I narrowed my eyes. “Too bad. I don’t like you dancing with Valera, so we’re even.”
He grunted and tightened his lips. “You have a venomous tongue, lass.”
I smirked up at him. “Get used to it.”
“What was Calisandra doing here?” At his raised brows, I said, “Yes, I was watching. Did you really think I’d stay inside?”
He massaged the back of his neck, his features tight. “No, I suppose not. You’re much too disobedient for that.”
I crossed my arms over my chest. “Was that sarcasm?”
“Dina, please. I don’t want to fight with you.”
“This whole thing sounds really strange and kind of creepy, but if it will get you out of my life, then okay.”