Fight for Me

Fight for Me

Book Cover: Fight for Me
Editions:Paperback - First Edition: $ 17.99
ISBN: 978-1541324404
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 251
Hardcover - First Edition: $ 35.99
ISBN: 978-1-365-62277-9
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 251
Kindle - First Edition: $ 4.49
Pages: 251
ePub - First Edition: $ 4.49
Pages: 251

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A fresh start…

Something Kat thought she would find after Midland Pines High when she moved to a compound for hybrids. Or at least safety from a witch seeking revenge. But... that's all changed. Thanks to a flirty hybrid hell bent on winning Gabriel's attention, the terrifying visions of another prophetic Gifted, and the strange and worrisome behavior of some closest friends, Kat now fights for things that had once come so easily, including her relationship with her soulmate.

And now she’s afraid.


Find out what fate awaits our beloved half angel in this MULTIPLE AWARD NOMINATED and BESTSELLING YA Paranormal Romance series readers are calling "electric" and "simply magical". Binge-read today!


A light rain swept in, pinging against the tin roof in a soothing melody. Yet, even with a full belly and a cozy bed, I couldn’t manage to fall sleep.
The smell of mom’s pan-seared steak and roasted potatoes filled the air, a smell that made this brand new cabin feel more like a home, though it still didn’t feel like mine. Like I was just a visitor and would be leaving tomorrow with my parents to return to my real home where Sam and my cat Tinkles would be waiting for me.
My heart clenched at the thought. I couldn’t believe mom and dad were leaving tomorrow…
Funny how yesterday I’d wished they hadn’t come along, and now I wish they could stay forever.
I rolled to my side and pinched my eyes shut. A tear escaped and wetted my pillow. Quit torturing yourself.


This was my life now. Here, with hybrid immortals like me. With my friends. With Gabe.
I pressed my hand against the wall; only wood and space separated us. If I were sure I wouldn’t get in trouble for being out after dark, I’d slip out of bed and sneak over to his cabin. Dad’s snores below made it pretty clear he was fast asleep. And when he was out, he was out.
But I could wait until tomorrow to see Gabe again… I think. I just needed his arms around me.


Paperback - $15.99

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