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This book is intended for a mature audience. Recommended Age: 18+ due to sexual content, language, and violenceFATE never makes mistakes. The only a difference is being ready for it, or simply believing you have a choice.Maya James has enough ofMoreThis book is intended for a mature audience. Recommended Age: 18+ due to sexual content, language, and violence FATE never makes mistakes. The only a difference is being ready for it, or simply believing you have a choice.Maya James has enough of being on the run, and her body is paying the price. Plain and simple she’s tired – very tired. The people she thought were her parents … let’s just say nothing is as it seems. When she literally runs into a mysterious stranger, her world begins to glow. She knows in her heart he’s the one to help her – possibly save her. Retreating to his house hidden in the forest she forms a plan – get in, get some much-needed rest, and then get out. She never intends to feel anything. But after spending weeks by herself, she now resents that her savior … her caretaker makes her feel something other than hate. How do you make choices, choices that not only affect you, but an entire race of people? Fate steps in … and gives you some much-needed direction. Morningstar warrior Jaden loves casual women – especially long-legged, blondes. He doesn’t need to know their names and never needs a repeat performance. When his midnight stranger offers him a roll between the sheets without any commitment, he’s intrigued by what she makes him feel. He doesn’t expect her to stay or suddenly become his responsibility, but now that he actually “feels” something – what’s a vampire to do? Better let fate run its course.