Keary Taylor grew up along the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where she started creating imaginary worlds and daring characters who always fell in love. She now resides on a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their two young children. She continues to have an overactive imagination that frequently keeps her up at night. She is the author of THE EDEN TRILOGY, the FALL OF ANGELS trilogy, and WHAT I DIDN'T SAY. To learn more about Keary and her writing process, please visit www.KearyTaylor.com.
The explanation for Ian’s change is one he just can’t accept. To Alivia, it should fix all their problems, but Ian has become everything he hates most. And Liv accepting her fate and position will test their relationship to the breaking point.
The threat of the King’s arrival looms just weeks away, and Alivia knows he will kill her as soon as he comes. She’ll need supporters at her side—immortal ones. And that means turning old enemies into loyal subjects…
Uncontrollable bloodlust and an ever-shifting world rule her nights now. These twisted politics are deadly enough, but now her heart is the newest battleground. There’s no hiding from the one who hates everything she was born to, a spy who embraces everything she’s become, and a King who vies for someone she may soon remember.
The games have begun. The House of Conrath is growing. Blood will be shed, the bodies will fall. Alliances will be tested and old enemies look like harmless children compared to the new ones rising from the shadows.
My family is broken and complicated. I literally don’t know my biological father’s
name. My mother is absent and my half-brother
barely knows who she is. But Drake? He’s not complicated. He’s sweet and kind and insanely adorable,
and comes from a wonderful family. He is
everything I want.
The chemistry between us?
It’s there in spades. I keep
telling myself that I should be feeling really awful and depressed since I just
got dumped a few days ago. But I keep
getting this ridiculous smile on my face every time Drake is around and it’s
kind of hard to keep telling myself that.
I’m Kaylee Ray. I
believe in fairytales and happily ever after’s, and maybe the search for Prince
Charming is over.
Cue reality check.