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TODAY I'm sharing another excerpt from my sixth book in the Seven Sin Sisters series, Shadowed Spirit, scheduled for publication later this month.
The seven Sinster sisters are entwined in a legacy originating back from the time of the Italian Wars in the 1500s. One by one, they’ll find their mates from the immortal Valendite Breeds and secure their place in history.

After escaping a kidnapping, Sadie returns to her carefree life as a dancer, turning away once again from the realities of her destiny as a Sinster sister. This time, she takes a job in Vegas to hide away. Burdened by the soul sin of Sloth, Sadie can’t seem to care about the prophecy that consumes her family.

Granger, on assignment with TEU, heads to Vegas to protect her. Everything is going as planned until he discovers Sadie is his mate and then all bets are off. Now his mission is not only to protect Sadie until the prophecy is fulfilled and the danger abated but he must also convince her that accepting their destiny will make her stronger. He doesn’t have much time because as they hide out in the city of sin, her sisters await her to join their circle and forge a magic stronger than steel.

Sadie is about to find out that she holds the final key to saving her race.

Sadie’s back went ramrod straight at the suggestion she couldn’t take care of herself. She always had, and mating with a man wouldn’t mean she’d need him to take care of her. He would be her mate and her equal in every sense of the word. Or she’d boot him out. Nothing said they had to live together. She only needed to mate to ensure the prophecy was seen through. She’d be damned if she’d trust a man to see to her safety.
Sadie had plans, a life she wanted to live and sharing that with a mate was acceptable, but being controlled by one was not. She’d seen her sisters with their mates. Mating had changed them, and while they were stronger, it also seemed they were willing to submit to their mates. Sadie prayed to the Goddess she didn’t become that way.

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