Sometimes it hurts instead . . .
For fans of John Green, Assassin's Creed and Sailor Moon
Krishani thought Kaliel was lost forever. Slave to the hunger, and the cold, and the enemies who took everything, he longs for death. Taking shelter in a human body, Krishani finds the one thing he gave up on centuries ago -- Kaliel.
Maeva doesn't know who she is -- what she is, but she knows she doesn't belong. Hunted by her past, stalked by a boy intent on killing her, she longs to remember. Confused and alone, Maeva learns why memories are the most painful things of all.
Sorrow, Hunger, Passion and Danger collide in the fourth installment of The Ferryman & The Flame.
Warning: multiple POV, depressive ending, emotional roller coaster, amnesia, some profanity, some sexual situations, some violence, no insta-love, no love triangles, can be read before earlier books in series, part of a series that ends on an HEA.
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Everything has led to this devastating moment . . .
For fans of Joss Whedon, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Vikings
Kaliel didn't think second chances came with this much turmoil. The last thing she remembers is the lightning before waking up on a battlefield next to the boy she loves. Krishani is different, broken, withdrawn and cold. He promises the enemies are dead, and that nothing will tear them apart again.
Kaliel longs to return to her home, but exile from the island forces them to remain in the wastelands. Krishani is forced to be the Ferryman, set on an endless journey towards death, and Kaliel is given an opportunity to learn from her kin, but nothing is truly the same.
Desperation forces Kaliel to flee, but she is trapped by an unlikely enemy who shatters her ideals of peace with the promise of a war to end all wars.
Treachery, deceit, desperation and failure collide in the third installment of The Ferryman & The Flame.
Warning: multiple POV, some sexual content, some violence, worst cliffhanger ending you've ever endured, most depressing ending you've ever read, have the tissue box ready, no profanity, no love triangles, no insta-love, part of a series that ends on an HEA, although you're really going to wonder how after you read this.
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