By Christina Skye
American shuttle professional Kiera Morissey is adept at stepping into and out of tight spots. but if a deathbed promise brings Kiera again to Draycott Abbey, she meets rugged Scotsman Calan MacKay, and her existence is modified eternally. For fifteen years, replaced via turns to a quick creature of evening, Calan has used his lethal power and pace to guard. yet he wakes with bruises on his physique and blood on his arms. And Kiera could be the key to getting his lifestyles back.Calan stirs feelings in Kiera that she's by no means felt earlier than. getting into and out could be her ability, but she reveals it most unlikely to depart the abbey till she's unraveled its mysteries, and Calan's darkish mystery. yet will the shadows from the previous and an old vow of evil threaten the long run they could have jointly?
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Hers. The scent was clear, even to his weakened human senses, a mix of cinnamon, sunshine and lavender. Calan wondered who she was and where she’d gone. What had left her full of such anger at the abbey? He frowned as he closed his fist around the scrap of soft silk. The pull toward her was fierce, and for a man like him this attraction was dangerous. But he needed answers, starting with why she had been attacked. He remembered how she’d returned from the woods, boldly firing to frighten off their attackers.
Old history. Dead ashes. He mutters an oath and snaps his bond to the past. In silent fury, his body rushes into life, driven by the energy of the hunt. Across the hill he can hear a leaf fall and feel the weight of moonlight on his bare hands. Alive. More than alive—with such power as no mortal man can know. His jacket drops. His clothes fall to the soft earth. The abbey is as much of a home as he has ever known, and Calan MacKay feels the power of its welcome as he stands in the night, face to the north.
Even now Nicholas knew only part of Calan’s real story. His Changes, as he called them, were linked to his bloodline by an ancient curse that came into play when a boy reached manhood. The whole idea seemed borderline—until you stared into the creature’s keen eyes and realized the intelligence that blazed there. No animal could focus with such clear intensity. Yet Nicolas had seen the beast twice, and he still had goose bumps at the memory. He gathered that something about the usual pattern had gone wrong in Calan’s case.