A second chance romance that will bring you to your knees, break your heart, and glue it back together again.
One amazing, heart-stopping, earth-shattering kiss was all it took for Reagan to fall for Luke.
What she thought was a school-girl crush on her best friend’s older brother, turned into something so much more in an instant.
Then he left and broke her heart in the process. For years she tried to move on, but no one compared to Luke. No kiss, no man, even came close.
The heart wants what it wants, and Reagan’s heart is willing to wait for Luke. For as long as it takes.
That is… until her heart is shattered into a million pieces.
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They’ve traveled a hundred thousand years to a land that has forgotten its history… yet they are expected.
With a single step, Alaji, Phaesha, and Yemerik left the era of wizards, glaciers, and monsters. Now they find themselves in a city where spirits are enslaved, vampire lords command vast wealth, and wars are waged with alchemical weapons.
Some view them as saviours prophesied to overthrow a corrupt system; others consider them criminal anarchists. The wrong word or action could have dire consequences for the people of this time and could place the three travelers in incredible danger.
There are things here that could claim more than their lives – every moment puts their sanity and very souls at risk.
A Unique Sickness of Spirit is the third novel in The Citadel of the Last Gathering, a time-travel fantasy series where magic and monsters evolve over eons.
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Humanity only has days to prepare. Can one family survive?
SOMETHING MASSIVE IS COMING, and it’s heading for Earth. That’s what astronomer Ben Rollins is told by NASA after being dragged out of bed in the middle of the night. His first instinct is to call his daughter, Jessica, who’s vacationing in Italy with his wife.
“It’s a hundred times bigger than the sun,” Ben tells them. “Somehow we can’t see it yet, and we don’t know what it is, but they’re calling it Nomad–and in just months, the Earth may be destroyed.”
But how did they miss detecting it until now?
The world erupts into chaos as the end approaches, and Ben discovers his wife and daughter are trapped in Europe.
The key to Nomad’s mystery–and humanity’s ultimate survival–rests in the answers Ben pieces together from his old Cold War-era research papers, in the midst of a desperate scramble across continents to find his family before Nomad swallows the planet.