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The past has a way of haunting those who want to forget it most…
Meniari has fallen in love with Kya, but all bets are off when his ex, a former Sanctum warrior, shows up with ideas of rekindling the fire that once burned between them. Tamuel has come to the Sanctum too, along with his rebellious guiding angel, Kellan. He’s finally received permission to return to the angelic realms – as long as Miriel agrees to crush his heart to end his mortal life. Kellan’s onboard with that, because he can’t have his wings back until Tam dies. The only obstacle is Amaya… and Tam’s mysterious fascination with Circe’s former lover.
While Miri and Andrieu grapple with circumstances at the Sanctum, Fortune and his Demesne warriors are carrying out Ilea’s orders to clean up the haven’s clubs in Saint Rushton. Things are going well, until Circe sends Maksim and his vampires to Saint Rushton. Sabotage and spying are the games, but the players get more than they bargained for, after Circe receives a photo of Amaya on Tamuel’s arm. Overwhelmed with bloodlust and fury, she breaks human and vampiric law, causing dire consequences.
As dangerous conflicts arise in the havens, Saan meets Sebastien’s first Mate, Sabine, in the hereafter. He may think his work in the realm of the living is done, but Sabine brings him a surprising plea for help. Can he reach out to the male who allowed his death?
Bound by threads from the past and the hereafter, shocking events unfold that will bring warriors to their knees and test the courage of angels.
Sanctum Illusions: Shadow Havens Book 4 contains descriptive material and scenes of explicit sexual encounters between consenting male and female adult characters. It is intended for adult readers only.
Kya ended her call and dropped the cell to her desk in the Sanctum’s feeding center. Several members of the haven’s Basium Cruenta were in house and more were expected. Vampires had been coming in pairs or alone to feed and as usual, her phone was wide awake and doing what it always did… beep, blip or chime every time she looked at it. She was the coordinator of the feeding center, diplomat and friend to every human and vampire who came through the feeding center’s doors, three hundred, sixty-five days a year. Running the feeding center made her a vital part of the Sanctum’s functioning structure and known to everyone. She also knew what they needed or cared about or hoped. Another might have found her job draining, but Kya loved it, especially since she’d finally found what she needed. His name was Lien Meniari, a vampiric warrior of the Sanctum, and he made her heart sing.
When he came through the door, Kya’s face lit like a sparkler, making him grin. He kissed her across the desk, still grinning, with a hand behind his back.
“You’re going out tonight?” she asked, although she knew the answer. He would patrol Sanctum land until close to the time the sun rose, then return to his home once he was relieved by were warriors, who would not be affected by sunlight as he would.
“In a little while,” he answered, looking down at her behind the desk. The smile on her heart-shaped face had become so important to him. “I have time to feed and kiss you for about fifteen minutes. Sneak away with me.”
Kya looked at her phone, hoping it wouldn’t ring. She found Meniari’s beautiful face and dark eyes and snatched the phone from the desk to turn it off.
He took her hand, pulling her around the desk to his chest. “I brought you something,” he said, producing a bouquet of crimson roses and white baby’s breath wrapped in delicate lavender paper.
“They’re gorgeous,” Kya gushed. “Where did you find wild roses in January, Lien?”
“I have my ways. Leave them here,” he said chuckling, as he took the flowers to drop them on the marble- topped desk. Tugging her along behind him, Meniari found an empty feeding suite, pulled Kya through the door and locked it telekinetically. In a second, he had her against his chest and his mouth closed against hers.
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Edenmary Black has been writing since she could clutch a pencil. She has always been fascinated with the mysteries of the paranormal and loves the question all writers answer when they pen fiction. For her, it’s all about that magical, “What if?” When not working her keyboard, she enjoys long walks, reading and spending time with her family, all of whom are male. She spends far too much on lingerie and is very, very weak for chocolate.
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