All Jordana wants is to be like her friends instead of her shapeshifter mother who died when she was a kid. So when a stranger claiming to be a scientist offers her a “cure,” she jumps in with no questions.
Christian, a shapeshifter who’s mysteriously shown up at school to befriend her, is furious when he learns that Jordana is rejecting her kind. He doesn’t trust the scientist, either, but all he can do is watch helplessly as the stubborn girl he’s fallen for gets sicker and sicker.
When Jordana finally realizes she is slowly being poisoned, she confronts the man who deceived her. He’s not the scientist he claimed to be, but a powerful warlock. An antidote in his possession can save Jordana’s life, but can she or Christian outwit the warlock in time?
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His words set off a crazy fluttering feeling inside my chest. I had to look away from him because if I didn’t I doubted that I’d be able to keep myself from kissing him. Not even once had I desired Brady that way. “If you let me take a better look at your wound, then I promise to forget all the mean things you’ve ever said to me,” I finally managed to say.
Christian frowned. “And what are you going to do for me to make up for all the times you told me you hated me?”
“You should’ve known I didn’t actually mean it.”
“Right. Because you made it so obvious,” he said, sarcastically.
“I was just scared. My life had been sailing along smoothly, and then you showed up and all of a sudden I felt like I was in the middle of a storm.”
“Jordana,” Christian said, his voice barely above a whisper. I lifted my head, looking into his eyes. “I sort of felt the same way.”
Author: Teresa Roman
If it was possible to be born with a book in her hands, that’s how Teresa Roman would’ve entered this world. Her passion for reading is what inspired her to become a writer. She loves the way stories can take you to another time and place.
Teresa currently lives in beautiful Sacramento, CA with her husband, three adorable children and a dog named Parker that her son convinced them to adopt. When she’s not at her day job or running around with her kids, you can find her in front of the computer writing, or with her head buried in another book.