”Betrayal is like a snake; either it slithers and blindsides you, or the attack will be so swift, you’ll be struck before you could blink. Either way, prepare to suffer.”With the revelation Luxor Everstone is the daughter of the Prince of Darkness, an entirely new door fraught with danger is opened. As Cane lays in wait, Luxor is forced to have constant protection, leaving her suffocated. When new help arrives in the form of a witch, and a mysterious and dreamy boy who seems to soothe her more than anyone else can, she doesn’t hesitate to invite them into her life despite her growing affection for Hunter. As fresh dangers loom on the horizon, she begins to unravel different details about her past, while greater powers are introduced, and the others continue to evolve. Conflicted between the pull toward her darkness and her desire to be good, Luxor juggles the priorities—and her opinionated guardians—while trying to find some semblance of balance. When the darkness returns to claim her completely, can she trust herself to make the right choice?
A clap of thunder rumbled, followed by a flash of violet lightening illuminating through the window. Lured by the serenity, spittle’s of rain fell, and she fled to the middle of the Village Bowl. She tilted her head sky-ward and coaxed the downpour, to drench all her worries away, and burden them on those worthy of her wrath; Ayla, Evie, Hunter. The heaviness weighed heavily on her shoulders, and she was sick of being in the middle and on the receiving end of drama. She waved her arms about and gritted her teeth. Another strike of thunder zig-zagged the air and she seized the control.Violet clouds materialised and spread until they transformed into an opaque mist. The air whispered, and swayed like a lullaby. The further in it came, the more it blotted out the entire expanse until a violet curtain was all that existed. A buzz vibrated, and she swayed momentarily as her body was shaken. “Angel.” A boy’s voice called out.
Jacklyn Daher is a self confessed nerd who loves to write dark and twisted characters in modern settings. You could find feisty MC’s and bad boys with filthy mouths who more often than not are big softies at heart. When she’s not writing, you could find her daydreaming or reading.