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By Jayde Scott

The instant Amber begins her summer time task in Scotland and units eyes upon Aidan, her destiny is sealed. Summoned through an historical bond, she will be able to by no means love one other. misplaced within the woods one evening Amber enters Aidan's lethal international whilst she unknowingly participates in a mystical race and swiftly wins the 1st prize...a prize worthy killing for.

In a global of forbidden love, historical enemies, legends and rituals, not anything is because it turns out and not anyone may be depended on. existence is just not a similar back, except she enters the Otherworld. yet to take action, Amber needs to die...

A activity From Hell is publication 1 of the traditional Legends sequence. publication 2, Beelzebub woman, is on the market now.

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Dal as pul ed out the compass, threw the backpack over his shoulder, switched on the flashlight and locked the car. I looked at him with raised eyebrows. " He motioned me to fol ow and set off up the winding trail. "Are you sure this is safe? " I poked him in the back, but he didn't reply. I could only hope his lack of reassurance originated from deep concentration rather than from an inability to dispel my fears. The air grew colder with every wearying pace I made. Dal as marched in silence, but I didn't fail to notice the hesitation in his steps every now and then.

Wel , it didn't seem to impress Aidan. I could only hope he wasn't bowed over the toilet seat now, emptying the last remnants of a glorious yet light lunch, which he bought in some fancy restaurant. " I lifted my head to peer at Clare standing in the doorway. She was wearing a short, black dress, tight in al the right places, her hair tied back in a strict bun. Her pale skin combined with a scarlet red lipstick made her seem fragile and al uring at the same time. Her eyes shifted from the stir-fry on the floor to me and then back to the stir-fry, her face betraying no emotion.

The moon hid behind thick rain clouds. The room had noticeably cooled down. I returned to my bed, pul ing the sheets tighter around my shivering body, when I heard a thud outside my bedroom door. It was an old house and the rain and wind would make the wood creak, the living shapes of furniture simulating the threat of approaching danger, so nothing to worry there. Holding my breath, I listened for more sounds. The house was silent again. My bones felt stiff and tired, but any signs of sleepiness were gone.

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