Deadly Beauties Live On
The continuation of the Deadly Beauties Trilogy...
Dark Beauty - Book 1
Purgatory was opened for the dark ones to escape, but so much more crept out. Over twenty years later, the consequences are finally starting to appear. And the world full of deadly beauties finds even more deception and secrets to face.
As an immortal, it's hard to have any new experiences after living for so long. History seems to repeat itself... over and over. No one knows that better than Gage Kross, the dark user many overlook. But even if you think you know how something is going to end, sometimes life doesn't give you the choice of deciding what to do.
When he meets Kimber, something that he thought died inside of him suddenly comes back to life. However, she's supposed to be one of the few women he can't be with. Then again, the sweetest fruits are usually the forbidden.
Just when things heat up, life unravels and ghosts come back to haunt Gage and his friends. The past invades the future, consequences are revealed, and impossible secrets emerge from the darkness, while new secrets are formed.
It's hard to trust people who are trained to hide the truth, so falling in love seems to be a daunting task no matter what. But it's a world full of seduction, and sometimes love happens whether you want it to or not - even when death is breathing fire down your neck.
Changing Beauty - Book 2
I've never had to play games to get what I want, and we both know exactly what I want. And the second I get a chance, I'm bringing her into my world permanently.
Thad isn't like anyone I've ever met. I'm not sure if he's the best or the worst thing that has ever happened to me. But I do know I'm becoming addicted, and he seems to love the hell out of it.
The only problem is that the world around us isn't quite as simple as I once thought, and nothing is easy anymore... Including staying alive.
Bitten Beauty - Book 3
I didn't choose this life. I didn't choose my fate. In fact, fate seems to have thing for fucking me over. Leah is just one more thing I didn't choose, and now I'm fighting everything in me not to turn her into the monster I never wanted to be. But we both know what's going to happen in the end, because as always, I have no control.
He's wrong and right in the same breath. He's terrible and perfect. Most importantly, he's my savior and my damnation. This world isn't supposed to exist, and I'm not sure if I'm insane or dreaming. Either way, I can't stay away from Zee, even if it means I might lose myself to him completely. Thing is... He's the safest option, because every path is deadlier than the last.
Lost Beauty - Book 4
Survival. It's all I've known for as long as I can remember. I thought it was the same thing as living until him... Until one touch set me on fire. Until one look disabled all my defenses. Until one man could shatter me. Now, even though a distraction is the last thing I need, all I want to do is taste what it's like to feel alive.
She sees right through me, as I knew she would. It's why I've avoided her. But what I never expected her to do was awaken something inside me that melted the cold I've grown used to. Instead of feeling numb to the world now, I feel like someone who has too much to lose. And she may be someone worth suriving for. The edge she gives me just may keep us all alive.
Unchained Beauty - Book 5
I've spent my life thinking I knew the worst that could happen.
Battles come and go. Wars are almost always won in the end. It's easy to grow complacent and forget even the deadliest should glance over their shoulder from time to time.
We thought we had it all figured out.
We were poised for this win before we even went to battle.
We didn't win. We didn't lose.
We thought a demon would be easier to kill, because it's “just” a demon.
Now we're dealing with the mess from our latest failure.
Meanwhile, I'm still trying to do something other than be the biggest disappointment of all, searching for my place while avoiding the one man who could possibly kill me, if he wasn't so busy constantly saving me. My "hero" happens to be my family's enemy, despite the uneasy, temporary truce between us as we combine forces to work against a common enemy.
The enemy of my enemy shouldn't be more than that. Really, he shouldn't. Slade is a terrible person who has done terrible things since he's been freed. Nothing he can do can redeem himself. At least that should be the truth of it.
Just when we think we have it all figured out again...everything changes.
For once in our entire existence, it may not matter who the deadliest is, because all the rules are being broken.