It’s not a good love story until something explodes.
by Kris Austen Radcliffe
Rysa Torres’s attention problems randomize her life. School, home, friends or family—her mind never stops long enough for her to get a handle on the world.
Sometimes, she finds a way to break through the surface and breathe. But sometimes, panic sets in. The buzz of her college courses and the disappointed sighs of the people she cares about become too much.
But mostly she drowns in the accusations that if she would just applied herself, she’d be able to hold still.
So Rysa does her best—until the thin threads holding her life together all snap.
Monsters activate a part of her she didn’t know existed. Visions of the future whip inside her head. The past invades her dreams. And the present won’t stop whispering in her ear.
Rysa realized the truth:
She’s a Fate.
And she will set fire to the world.
But she’s not alone. When Ladon and his companion beast, Dragon, first find Rysa, they see only the potential hell a young Fate might unleash into their lives. After centuries of dealing with Fates, Shifters, and ghouls called Burners, Ladon and Dragon rarely see friendly—or nonlethal—interactions.
But Ladon quickly realizes Rysa is much more than the daughter of an old enemy. She sees beyond the weight of the life he shoulders.
She is his key to forgiveness.
With the threat of a burning future distorting Rysa’s Fate abilities, she sees only two options: End her own life or watch Ladon, the only man to see beyond her attention issues and love her for who she is, die. Will they accept the only future they see, or will they find the strength to break the bonds of fate?
Games of Fate begins the New Adult Urban Fantasy Romance series Fate * Fire * Shifter * Dragon and takes Rysa, Ladon, and Dragon, through a world populated by unfamiliar creatures:
Fates with the ability to see past, present, and future.
Ghouls called Burners who devour with fire and acid.
Shifters who shape much more than their bodies.
And two dragons who speak with color and pattern.
What starts as one young woman’s fight against her attention deficit disorder soon expands into an epic battle against a burning future—and Ladon’s own inner demons. Join Rysa, Ladon, and Dragon as they find love—and face terrors that bring even the long immortal to their knees.
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Rysa, the heroine of Games of Fate, is based on a real young woman, with real Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Kris wrote the Fate s Fire s Shifter s Dragon series for her, and for all the young women like her—as well as for everyone who has ever experienced the inner demons of Post Traumatic Stress.
Kris lives in Minnesota with her family and her kitty, Handsome Cat.
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