Natasha was only seventeen years of age when she was stabbed by her mother. On the verge of dying, Natasha makes a deal with Odessa (Queen of the underworld) to become something she never knew exist. Something that would change her life forever. Torrin James lived a relatively normal life. He was one of the best hunters, good-looking, and most importantly, quiet. It wasn't until his stepfather, Garrett (The King of Humans) sent him on a mission to capture a certain hybrid, that his life finally began to make sense. Despite Natasha's and Torrin's dislike for one another, they team up to stop Rahul (The King of Demons) to help put a stop to the evil that's taken over the world. Only fate will decide whether they defeat Rahul or not. That is if Torrin doesn't betray Natasha. Will Torrin find it in himself to kill the only creature who has ever made him feel truly on edge? Or will he finally accept his feeling towards her?
Due to interference from the ancestors, Princess Aynira, the seventh of eight daughters and ninth of eleven siblings, ends up in a position that put her at odds with her entire kingdom. Can she prevail against decades worth of misplaced resentment, betrayal from the ones she holds dear and her own foolishness?
What would you do if the world around you crashed? If everything you thought you knew was a lie? How would you react, knowing that no one had bothered to tell you the truth, the whole truth, the real truth? Comfort had thought that she was…well…comfortable. Life had never been easy for her, but there were certain things that she was sure of, and now she was suddenly not so sure. Teen Dilemmas. Sigh... British Secondary School is a very interesting place where a lot of crazy things happen. This book is about more than just the building though, it’s about comfort. Comfort is your average teen – well, except when it comes to grades. As usual, she is just minding her own business, when her life is turned upside down. Daddy issues, fake friends and popularity all seem to come along with a new opportunity named Elijah. Despite warnings from her family and friends, Comfort’s stubborn ass won’t listen …or maybe it’s because they just won’t tell her. She’s not the only one who’s been lied to, though. Elijah, Alicia (her best friend) and so many of the characters have their own secrets that they’re hiding and being hidden from. Follow Comfort as she manages to find comfort in unexpected places. Just wanted to say that this is my first story, so comments are highly appreciated.
Aria, 17 year old girl that is in her last year of highschool Is battling with many demons. Demons that no teen should have to fight. They are stronger than her, more scary, more powerful... so she thinks. She believes she is incapable of loving or being loved, that her life is meant to be miserable so she lives it accordingly. She sees no end to the torture she calls life. That is until she meets Ares. Ares, 18 year old senior that has a promising career in football. He's a sweetheart and can be very oblivious at times. He's brought into her life, but it is uncertain whether he's there to help her or bring her more pain. So the story continues as she figures out her place in the world. A tad bit off in the head but hey, aren't we all...
Olaedo is the perfect kiss-ass. She loves her family so much. A little too much. Growing up in a rich family wasn't as hard as those cheesy romance books painted it to be. She had the full attention of both her parents and her sister. She—or her parents—have enough money to stock up her gigantic library every three weeks. She's homeschooled for the better half of her life. What else could she ask for? Unfortunately, Olaedo relives the Chapter six of her favorite book when her father finally drops the bomb that she's going off to a boarding school with her twin sister... Not a big deal, right? Add her anorexia, OCD and a tad bit of anxiety to the mix and we have a page turner.
Cassidy Moore is a girl with a normal enough life. She happens to like being a bit boring although her friends feel as if she never does anything fun. One day she is rescued from her dull schedule by her best friend, Katrina, who invites her to a party. While trying to escape the loud banging and alcohol-induced air of the party, Cassidy ends up running into Ezekiel, a mysteriously quiet boy who is indubitably beautiful. After that, Cassidy starts seeing a lot more of Ezekiel and with him, he brings all sorts of unwanted attention and ridiculous situations. Cassidy struggles through each day trying to revert her life into being dull but inevitably fails. She finds herself thinking, "What is it about Ezekiel that attracts all this mishap?" Is it his charm? Or is there more this pale-skinned boy than she had ever imagined? • • •