A terrible man betrayed me, leaving me unable to feel anything but rage.
Angry. Cynical. Afraid to trust again.
Then, I met him.
Rugged, brooding, and full of mysteries. He makes me want to be reckless. I want to trust him. I want him to share his secrets with me.
But I’m broken. Anger and mistrust are all I know. Will I be willing to open my heart again?
An unfathomable event destroyed me. It left me wallowing in despair. I ran away only for tragedy to strike again.
And it’s all my fault.
I’ve returned home but I’m paralyzed with guilt. Afraid to trust myself.
Then, I met her.
Beautiful, fierce, and full of rage. She drives me crazy and I want her all the same.
But I don’t deserve her. Still, I can’t stay away from her.
So, I keep my secrets in order not to lose her. But the secrets threaten to destroy us.
Will I ever forgive myself for what I’ve done? Will I be worthy again?
WARNING: This book contains mature content, which may be disturbing to some of you. Read at your own risk. It is suitable only for ages 18+.
*While the romance is a stand-alone, the plot is a continuation of events that began in OUR NAKED SOULS (Seasons of the Soul, #1). It is strongly recommended that you have read Our Naked Souls prior to reading this.
Check Out Book One: Our Naked Souls
About the Author:
Hey! I’m Alessandra.
I grew up with the elves and the faeries and I still look for dragons in every land I visit.
I love to write and can’t imagine life without pouring my heart and soul onto a page, physical or digital. I graduated with a degree in psychology, which I didn’t use for long but now helps me write emotionally fulfilling stories.
A few years ago, I met my parents’ neighbor, and within days knew he was the one. We now live in the mountains with our little girl, our dogs Rex and Feyre, and two adorable (albeit loud) cockatiels, Dylan and Rosie.
I love aerial dance, music, and baking. I’m obsessed with the British band Muse, which I force my family to listen to often (but it’s okay because I bake for them all the time). When not writing, I’m enjoying the beauty of our forty-acre wood, bingeing on fantasy movies and TV shows (I’ve watched Shadow and Bone three times!), curling up on the couch with a good book, talking with friends about books, and hanging out with family.