Destined Release Day

destined_promo_webToday, I’m pleased to announce the release of my third book – Destined.

Destined is set immediately after the events in By the Fates, Freed. It’s the story of Ami and Seònaid.

Ami, Raven’s sister, was kidnapped, tortured, and used as bait by the devils who are after Ealasaid. Though Raven and Ealasaid, with the assistance of the Council, freed her, she is far from healed. Seònaid is a powerful protector from the West. The Council sends her to Ealasaid to protect her while she works as a healer in Gralvein. But the moment that Seònaid meets Ami and shakes her hand, she knows. She and Ami are Destined to love each other. Though witches know instantly when they meet their mates, humans have no such knowledge. Seònaid must woo Ami, but the human is haunted by what she’s been through. She’s distrusting of everyone and everything-except for the dark protector who makes her feel safer than she has since before her abduction. Just as Ami is getting to know Seònaid, she discovers Seònaid’s secret. Will the two destined women be able to overcome the terrible chasm that’s sprung up between them?

You can read Destined without having read By the Fates, Freed, but of course I hope you’ll read both as you’ll start the book being more attached to Ami. Note that Destined contains a few dark and disturbing scenes of sexual abuse in the form of flashbacks and memories. Sensitive readers might find these scenes disturbing. It is intended for readers over 18.

Destined is available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle format. You can also borrow it for FREE if you have Amazon Prime. In fact, you can do that with all of my books. Just search for any of them by title or by author from your Kindle or Kindle app and select Borrow for Free. Unfortunately, you can’t to this from the website, but it’s super easy to do from the Kindle itself. There’s no charge and unlike the library, you can keep it for as long as you want. (Oh, and I still get royalties if you borrow it, so it helps me too.)


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