An ancient war. A forbidden love. An unimaginable solution.
Christan was an enforcer, the origin myth for the most feared creature in the ancient world. Exiled over 400 years ago, he’s forced back into a world where even the mention of his name evokes respect and fear. But he doesn’t want to be here. He definitely doesn’t want to see her. Because he remembers every sin, every moment of passion they shared—in that first life, and in the lifetimes after.
Galaxy North is beautiful, successful, and she has what a lot of people want: freedom, with no socks to pick up. She lives in a small town on the Oregon coast, owns a successful business, and if her life is lonely, at least it’s safe.
Then the dreams begin. The nightmares.
Lexi doesn’t believe in past lives—until an ancient threat returns and she becomes the target. There’s only one man strong enough to protect her—a dangerous lover who knows too much and hasn’t forgiven her for the past. The enforcer wants only to obliterate her from his memory. She wants only to run.
Neither one of them have a choice.
How do you search for a single person… and find them lifetime after lifetime? How do you survive a love with no rules?
“There was always a darkness in the dreams… we planned it that way.”
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Sue Wilder is an author living in the Pacific Northwest. She first discovered the power of story as a child living in California, when she was caught starting a grapefruit war in a neighboring orchard. She managed to absolve all her cohorts from guilt, and has since moderated her behavior. She now writes romantic paranormal fiction for a more mature adult audience, bringing to life the characters who intrigue her.
“My stories are hard to categorize, since they blend several genres…romance with a definite paranormal twist, throw in some action-adventure and then there are those past lives that keep getting in the way.”