Genre: New Adult (Fantasy Romance)
Publication Date: April 1, 2013
A student at the secured NYU, nineteen-year-old Nadine has visions of Victor Gianni, an imaginary guy she has real feelings for. Afraid of being truly insane, she explains the visions away as simple daydreams, but she can no longer deny them when she bumps into Victor in real life. But this Victor doesn’t know her, and turns her away. After the encounter, Nadine’s visions change to those of eerie fates, gods she’s never heard of, demons with sharp claws they are not too timid to use … and instructions.
To discover if she’s losing her mind, Nadine follows the vague directions—with the real, rude and reluctant Victor—leading to a man who knows it all: Nadine can restore an ancient creed by unveiling the clues on her visions, and bring sunlight and peace to the world again. But that’s only if the demons and the other evil forces behind the darkness don’t stop her first.
A harsh jerk of my shoulders pulled me out of the vision. I blinked several times before being able to discern Micah’s face close to mine, his deep black eyes holding a hint of worry. Beside him stood Victor with the same worry spread over his features. He awkwardly held a towel around my naked, dripping-wet body.
My mind worked to figure out what had happened. It had been late night when we’d stopped
in Fayetteville, North Carolina, to eat something and to sleep. We’d found a motel and, though I protested, we stayed in one room again. As Micah had said, it was safer to stay together in case something happened.
The last thing I remembered before being in the dungeon was taking a hot and relaxing
shower. That must have been when the vision had come to me.
Super self-conscious of my unclothed state, I flushed as I pulled Micah’s hand away and
tightened the towel around myself.
“What are you doing in here?” I snapped, crossing my arms over my chest as if my folded
arms would help hide my body.
“You were screaming like a mad chicken,” Micah said.
“We called to you, but you didn’t answer,” Victor added, avoiding my gaze.
“So we forced our way in.” Micah pointed to the door behind them where I saw the broken
I stepped out of the tub, found a robe hanging beside the sink, and put it on over the now
“I must say though,” he said, staring at me with his sly smile, “you would look good in a
bikini. Much better than many famous singers.”
I rolled my eyes, the heat growing intense in my cheeks.
Finally looking at me, Victor asked, “What happened?” His soft tone sent a shiver through
My first instinct was to glance at my wrists, to see if they were all right.
“It was a vision, wasn’t it?” Micah asked, examining my eyes.
“Yes,” I muttered, a knot in my throat. I was about to fall, but the guys held my arms and
pulled me into the bedroom, helping me sit down on the bed.
Seated beside me, Victor held my arms to stop them from shaking. “What did you see?”
“I have a better idea,” Micah said, sitting on the other bed, facing us. “Why don’t you tell us
about all your visions? I don’t know what you usually see.”
I closed my eyes and shook my head. I wanted to tell them about my visions, but I wasn’t
sure I felt comfortable sharing them. Besides, they added to my fears of insanity and the
confusion inside my head.
“Please,” Victor asked. His eyes were gentle. “You said that after meeting me, you had other
visions you don’t understand. Tell us.”
How could I deny him? After a deep breath, I related my past visions, all of them.
“It was horrible,” I said, stifling a sob. “I felt it all.”
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While Juliana Haygert dreams of being Wonder Woman, Buffy, or a blood elf shadow priest, she settles for the less exciting—but equally gratifying—life of a wife, mother, and author. Thousands of miles away from her former home in Brazil, she now resides in Connecticut and spends her days writing about kick-ass heroines and the heroes who drive them crazy.
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