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Blood Stone Series Recommended Reading Order:
- Chasing Fate (USA Today Bestselling Book)
- Series 3: Fortune Academy
- Book 1: Year One
- Book 2: Year Two
- Book 3: Year Three
A Tarot Card Reverse Harem Story
A young psychic named Renee inherits her grandmother’s terrifying powers and summons two hot (and very naked) angels to help her save the world. Paired up with her ex-boyfriend turned vampire, she’s in for a hell of a ride.
Every thousand years the cycle of death comes to claim the three major realms: Earth, heaven, and hell. It’s her turn to chase fate and stop the cycle from devouring her world, bringing heaven and hell down with it.
When the echoes of calamity begin to take form and destroy her beloved Fortune Street, she’ll have to race against the clock to stop her new vision from coming to fruition. Earth in ashes and heaven and hell collapsed in a ball of flames.
Edwin and Devon aren’t the kind of angels she’d expected to conjure with her new gifts for such a monumental task. With Devon’s constant flirting, Edwin’s sexy brooding, and Jeffery’s distracting fangs, she’ll have to hope they’re more useful than they are distracting in the game of chasing fate.
I’m about to make the seven deadly sins my bitch
See this tattoo across my stomach? Yeah, the one with seven crazy runes. Ignore the pink one on the far right, that’s Sarah. I love her, but she’s not one of my four. That was a hard lesson to learn.
I tried being loyal to her. Even went to a stinky Succubi Den to get a snack or two just to stay alive. Well, that didn’t work out, and now I’m stuck trying to charge some dusty old relic my mother left behind. Turns out there’s some crazy destiny tied to my tattoo, which is actually a birthmark and all about the end of the world. Sounds fun, sort of, not really.
I’ve met rune #1, and he wasn’t at all what I’d expected. It wasn’t love at first sight. Maybe hate at first sight. Pretty sure he hates my guts. But that’s okay, maybe rune #2 will bring him around.This end of the world stuff is just getting started, and I have a feeling one of my very own sins is the one stirring the pot. The Incubus King, what sin might he be? Lust… my favorite one. Bring it on.
I’ve found my third, and he’s definitely the sin of anger. Jet has some damn rage problems, but I guess that’s to be expected from a dragon shifter. Am I ready to play with fire? You bet your ass I am.
Derek, one of my sins, is making good work on stirring the pot. He’s trying to rip open a hole to hell and he’s gotten Luke on a leash to do just that. Don’t worry, I have a plan. I just hope it doesn’t get everybody killed.
Meanwhile I hear Sarah’s gotten herself into some shit. By the time I get to her (gotta keep those sins in line) I find out that she has a new girlfriend. A muse and a siren sound like trouble to me, and I decide I don’t like this Vikki character, even if there’s something about her that makes one of my runes itch…
My fourth is a freaking vampire?
Xavier is cocky, overzealous, and way too hot for his own good. He’s just what I need to stop my nightmares from coming to fruition, except he’s telling me that I’m not supposed to stop the future from happening. I’m supposed to fulfill a dark prophecy. One where I’m the Queen of Hell, turned into a vampire, and I save hell itself from being destroyed.
Hell getting destroyed sounds like a good idea to me, so I’ll have to talk some sense into Xavier, but first I need to get my men all in one place. They’re stuck all over the world and, well, let’s face it, the world’s most certainly gone to shit.
Jet, my dragon shifter, has survived the last loyalists to his brother, but they won’t accept his rule unless he obtains the Dragon’s Eye. He better not die trying to retrieve it… or trying to get back to me.
Nate, my beloved human, is trapped Hell knows where and with my grandmother of all people. He’s full of surprises though, and he might just be the weakest link in my bond that’ll save the day.
When all seven sins reunite, I’ll have power over hell itself. It’s up to me what happens next.
Four sexy vampires. One mortal-born witch. An ancient secret that will test them all.
I’m not a very good witch. It’s not my fault. Being born a mortal sucks and my black cat familiar follows me around like a security blanket. All the other coven brats make fun of me.
My vampires don’t seem to mind. They pose as my mentors and get Aunt Sandra off my back. My initiation into the Royal Covens is only three days away. They’re supposed to teach me how to hide what I really am: a reincarnation of some ancient and powerful witch. I think they’re just telling me that to get in my pants.
What my vampires don’t hide is their hunger for me, both for my blood and my body. That dangerous kind of thrill is going to get me into serious trouble.
There will be a sacrifice at the witching hour… me.
Okay, so throwing a shoe and casting my laxative spell didn’t do me much good. Time to go to Plan B.
I’m a reincarnated Fate Witch and rightful Queen of the Royal Covens. None of that is why I’m going to get out of this, though. I’m a mortal-born witch in this lifetime, which means I’m scrappy as hell. I’ll use my strengths against their pride and get the Royal Covens to turn on each other. While they’re cat-fighting it out, I’ll use the opportunity to work together with my guys and make an epic escape.
To everyone’s surprise, Plan B worked! (Yeah, even I was surprised, I’ll admit it.) We head on over to an underground retreat for vampires who royally pissed off the Royal Covens (see what I did there?). Anyway, they’re all really nice and accepting except for this super hot vampire named Tiros. His first reaction when he sees me is to give me the bird. Yeah, he’s awesome like that.
Behind all that brooding and crudeness, Tiros is hiding something. Well, he’s a master thief, so he’s always hiding something, but I think he knows something about my past. I’ll charm it out of him. Because yeah, I’m charming. Totally.
This final trial is total bullshit.
I’m a Fate Witch, which qualifies me to become Queen of the Royal Covens, assuming I can survive the final trial. Sarina’s dying breath took all of the men in my bond and cast them beyond time and space, trapping them in alternate worlds that only my power can cross. Their fate is in my hands and I’ll have to tap into my power now more than ever to get them back into my arms where they belong.
Being my witch familiar, Bast is the only one of my guys who has managed to avoid this stupid trial. There’s just one problem… he’s stuck in his feline form. He can’t hold me and comfort me like I want him to. Sarina cursed him to make sure I was alone. She thought the separation from my bond would crush me. Even in death, she still is a pain in my ass.
As if fixing Bast and crossing worlds to find my guys and reunite our bond wasn’t terrifying enough, I’m on the clock. If I fail the final trial before the Second Echo of Calamity arrives, Sarina will be resurrected and she’ll destroy our world as we know it.
Like I said, total bullshit.
Next… Fortune Academy
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The last thing I remember is arriving at the massive gates with a Bounty Hunter staring me down. I have a feeling he was supposed to take me to the monster holding arena to fight and die. Instead, I’m Fortune Academy’s newest student.
I can relate to the monsters in ways the other students can’t. My mentor, who is way too hot for his own good, tells me my behavior is the result of my memory loss and that I’m just trying to identify with a past pain that I’ve buried too far to feel. I think he’s wrong. I think the reason I can’t relate to any of the students is because I’m one of the monsters they’re trained to kill.
I don’t fit into any of the supernatural cliques, but that doesn’t stop me from collecting bullies. A brawny alpha shifter, a moody dark mage, and a playboy demi-god have decided to break me. They think I don’t have any powers and that I was recruited by mistake. It’ll be their funeral if they push me too far, because this girl isn’t taking any of their shit.
My name is Lily Fallen, but don’t let my pretty face fool you. I’m a monster in a school uniform and it’s only a matter of time before I teach my bullies a lesson they won’t forget.
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