March 12, 2018

Daring & Defiant!

Whoa, it's been SO LONG since my last blog post! Sorry everyone :) I've been in the writing cave for a while, but my newest manuscript is with some beta readers, which means I finally have time to work on some new things I've been putting on the back burner, the first of which is...


I've wanted to create a box set of my first-in-series books for a while now, but I never seemed to find the time to work on the cover or the interior files, so finally, I hired a bit of work out! The AMAZING cover was designed by (I'm in LOVE!!) and seeing that part come to life kicked my butt into gear to get it published! 

I like to think of this box set as the Kaitlyn Davis starter kit :) If you've already read my books, I ADORE YOU lol but there's nothing new in the box set. Though you can recommend it to a friend who maybe hasn't tried my books yet *wink wink* Or if you have a few minutes to spare and wouldn't mind leaving a review, I would be forever grateful! 

Any-who, here's the description and some links in case you want to check it out!


Five spellbinding tales of heroines who dared to fight back, defied all the odds, and, basically...kicked some butt.

Meet swoony vampires, snarky slayers, evil queens, rebel princes, dragons, titans, angels, demons, gods, and more, as these five heroines battle to save their worlds. Readers of young adult paranormal romance, urban fantasy, fairy tale retellings, and epic adventures will all find something to love!

This box set includes four full-length first-in-series novels as well as one novella, all by USA Today "must-read" author Kaitlyn Davis. Perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas, Marissa Meyer, Cassandra Clare, Sabaa Tahir, and Elise Kova!

If you love kickass heroines and action-packed adventures full of magic, romance, and a bit of humor, then grab your copy of Daring & Defiant!


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January 2, 2018

Shatter Is Now On Sale!!

Woohoo!! Shatter is finally available! 

I feel like I've been teasing and talking about this book for SOOOO long, I can't wait for you all to read it! Hope you love the ending to the Midnight Ice series!

Here are some links if you need them :)


Paperbacks should be available in the next day or two!

And in case you want to follow, here's the schedule for my review tour!! So many amazing bloggers have stayed with me through this entire series, and I can't thank them enough for their support! Please do visit their sites and read their reviews because they've put a ton of energy into helping me and my books, so I'd love to do the same!

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Now, onto the slightly sentimental because ending a series is both the best and the worst feeling! 

Best, because there's a sense of closure! My characters have told their story and the adventure has come to a close. Their lives are usually in a better place. The threat is usually over. And the HEA can begin :) Which is really my favorite part of any story!

But, it's also the worst, because it's over! It's like saying goodbye to great friends without knowing when or if you'll ever see them again. I've fallen in love with these characters and I'll be sad to see them go!

Finishing Midnight Ice has all of those mixed emotions, plus just a little bit more because this was a return to my original world of Midnight Fire, so I'm saying goodbye to both stories all over again! As always, I've got plenty of new characters and new tales percolating in the back of my mind, but I will miss these ones--my original favorites and my newest loves!

But even with all of that, the most important thing to me, is to thank all of you! My friends, my fans, everyone who had a part in sharing my series with the world, THANK YOU! Without you, I'd never get to spend my days bringing these characters in my head to life, I'd never get to fulfill their destinies and my dreams, I'd never get to do what I love to do! Thank you for always coming back to my stories, back to my characters, and for taking so many fabulous journeys with me! 

You're the best!! And I mean that with all my heart!

Until my next adventure :) Thank you!

January 1, 2018

2018 Here We Come! My Goals For The New Year!!



Virtual cheers!!

If you read my 2017 wrap-up, you know the past year has been amazing! But, I'm excited to see what 2018 brings! I've got a lot of new books and series planned, a lot of new ideas I'd love to explore, and a lot of excitement about all the opportunities available to me :)

So, let's just dive right in with...

My Top Five Author Resolutions of 2018!

1) Publish Shatter and finish Midnight Ice with a bang!

Shatter goes on sale tomorrow!! Woohoo! This series has been SO MUCH FUN to write! I'll be sad to see it go and I will definitely miss these characters, but I'm not saying goodbye to them quite yet :) I could see a spin-off in the future, so I'm not ruling anything out!

What's also a little cool is that Shatter will be my fifteenth published full-length book! A little crazy to believe!

2) Finish The Raven & The Dove, my NaNoWriMo Project!

Wow, this book is becoming even more than I ever thought it could be! I'm about 60k words into the manuscript, and I think I might reach 90k before I'm done! The longest book ever for me! But the world and the characters just keep growing and spinning and strengthening in my mind, which is the most exciting sort of writing for me!

If you haven't heard about it yet, I'm calling it a Tristan & Isolde retelling set in an avian inspired world :) Not sure when it will go on sale, might put it on the back burner for a little while so I have the proper time to edit, so we'll see! In the meantime, you can add it on Goodreads to get all the big updates!

3) Finally write Chasing Midnight, the third book in Once Upon A Curse!

A lot of fans seem to want to strangle me for making them wait so long for this book, but 2018 should finally be the year! I got a little sidetracked by new projects I'd been super inspired by, but this book has been creeping into my brain over and over again, so I think the time is finally here to sit down and write it!

Chasing Midnight is also on Goodreads if you want to add it :) I'll be posting updates there as they come!

4) Write a new Kay Marie Romance!

It's been a while since I've published a new pen name book, and I'm itching to get back in the game :) Contemporary romances are so much fun to write! I have a few ideas percolating, like always, but I haven't decided which one I want to move forward with. So, more details to come soon! But for now, understand that 2018 will be a good year for anyone who liked my Kay Marie books!

5) Explore New Publishing Avenues!

I really think diversification is key to a lasting career as an author--trying to new genres, exploring new ideas, taking risks! And in 2018, I'd love to really embrace all the opportunities available. Whether it is looking into publishing something through a traditional house, submitting short stories to an anthology, collaborating with another author on a series, participating in more live events--anything and everything! I just want to make sure I don't close myself in, which is easy to do when you are self-published, and that I get out of my comfort zone a bit!

So there we go, my resolutions for 2018!

Should be another good year ahead :)

Is there anything you've been waiting for that wasn't on my list? Any ideas you have for me? I absolutely love getting your feedback!

And no resolution list is complete without my reader side getting a little input as well. So, let's take a look at the...

Top Five Books on my TBR for 2018!

1) Furyborn by Claire Legrand

I just got approved for this book on Netgalley and I can't wait to jump in! The story follows two heroines from two different centuries who could save the world or doom it, duh duh dummmm...

2) Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella is an auto-buy for me and she has a new book coming out in 2018! Yay!! I adore all of her books, so it doesn't even matter what it's about!

3) The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas

This book has been on the NYT Best Seller list ever since it first published, so obviously it's good, but more importantly, it's poignant for the world we live in. I just bought a copy this week and I can't wait to sit down and read it straight through, because I know this is one I won't be able to put down.

4) The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

A few of my friends fell head over heels in love with this book, and I've been aching to read it ever since I heard them gushing! The ebook went on sale this week, so I immediately snagged it!

5) A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena

The cover first caught my eye, and the description completely ensnared me! Part murder-mystery, part social-commentary, I can't wait until this one goes on sale so I can grab a copy!

Bonuses...because those covers!

The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso,
The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan, &
The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke


What books are on your list??

HAPPY 2018!!

December 31, 2017

A Look Back At 2017!

One of my favorite things to do before the start of the new year is to take a moment to reflect back on all the wonderful things the previous twelve months held! I'm definitely one of those people who is always looking at the horizon, wondering what comes next, planning for a new project, plotting a new story, going and going and going. So, I think it's really important, once a year, to pause and give yourself a moment to enjoy your accomplishments, no matter how big or how small. To say, "you know what, I did that!" and be proud :)

So, without further ado, here's a little look back at my 2017!

As always, THANK YOU to my amazing fans for giving me the support and encouragement to make all these fabulous things happen! I could never live this dream without you!

Let's start with the personal, because this was huge...

My husband and I bought our first house!! 

Woohoo!! Homeownership is the best!

Now, onto the professional! Here are my...

Top Five Author Moments of 2017!

1. Published the first three books in Midnight Ice!

This series has been a blast to write! I'm not sure I even realized how much I missed the characters and world of Midnight Fire, until I started working on Midnight Ice! Revisiting Kira, Luke, & Tristan has been SO MUCH FUN, and introducing them to Pandora, Jax, Sam, & Naya has been even more entertaining! I'm really proud of the way this series came together--the characters, the plot, the writing--and I think when you read Midnight Fire and then Midnight Ice you can really see how much I've grown as an author in the past few years, which is a pretty cool thing to realize :)

2. Produced Midnight Fire Audiobooks!

If you've been following me for a while, you've probably noticed that I've been talking about audiobooks for a loooooong time! They've been on my "to do" list ever since Ignite first came out, but there was always something holding me back...until this year! I found a wonderful narrator, Meghan, who made the process so simple, and I'm so happy to say all four full-lengths books in Midnight Fire are now available in audio :) I have to say, listening to these characters come to life has been one of my favorite experiences as an author!


Here are some links to the Ignite audiobook in case you want to listen to the sample!


3. Produced Confessions Audiobooks!

I had so much fun with the Midnight Fire audiobooks, I decided to jump into some audiobooks for my pen name as well! I've always thought the Confessions duology would make a great set of audiobooks because the writing is super conversational and personal, but I had to find the perfect voice...and I did! Annie, the narrator, did a ridiculously fabulous job of getting into Skye's crazy, neurotic, yet lovable head :)


 Here are some links to the first book in case you want to listen to the sample!


4. Lectured at the Unicorn Writer's Conference!

One of my goals for 2017 was to participate in more events. Since writing can be a very solitary career, I was hoping to get out of my house and meet a few people, so when I was invited to lead a lecture at the Unicorn Writer's Conference, I jumped at the opportunity! The experience was wonderful! I spoke about traditional publishing vs self publishing--the process and the pros/cons of each--and was really proud of myself for stepping out of my slightly introverted comfort zone! I was also just really proud of myself in general. Like I said at the start of this post, I tend to go go go, and this experience made me stop and realize how much I've accomplished over the past few years and how much unique knowledge I have to share with other writers.

5. Started a Monthly Newsletter!

I'd really been wanting to connect with my fans more, so this year I launched my first monthly newsletter, filled with exclusives for my loyal subscribers, updates about my progress, some of the books I'm reading, some discounts I've found, and a monthly poll where I can pick your brains! The response has been fabulous! I love when you guys respond to the emails and I've loved feeling closer to all my fans :)

So there you go! My highlights!

On a personal and professional front, 2017 has been great, and I can't wait to see what 2018 will bring :) Don't worry...I've got A LOT planned!

And finally, no year end list is complete without...

My Top Five Reads of 2017!

1. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

This was one of the most exquisite books I've read in my entire life! I cannot recommend it enough! Even if you're not normally a fan of literary fiction, give it a chance because I guarantee you won't be able to put it down!

2. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

Laini Taylor is one of my auto-buy authors and this book did not disappoint! The world building was phenomenal, the writing beautiful, and the characters endearing. A fabulous book and I can't wait for the sequel!

3. My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella is another auto-buy for me! The romance was adorable, but my favorite part of this book was the female relationship at its heart! Women can be so hard on themselves and each other, and I think this tale is something we can all relate to (at least I did)! 

4. The Alchemists of Loom by Elise Kova

Elise Kova's books have been on my TBR for ages, and I'm so so happy I finally picked one up! The world building in this book was so unique and the adventure was just plain fun. I can't wait to finish the series!

5. Fitness Junkie by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza

This book was zany and outlandish with the perfect amount of wit and realism to make it a completely relatable read! I sympathized with the main character, loved her journey, and also just found the commentary on the current fitness craze hilarious!


Hope you all have a wonderful night of celebrations! I'll see you in 2018!

December 29, 2017

SURPRISE!! Shatter Second Chapter Reveal!

What?! Bet you didn't see this coming :) 

Well, there's another surprise... Chapter Two is in Jax's POV!! 

Yup, that's right! If you know how Fracture ended, you should know why I felt inspired to add a second POV to this book! The story just demanded to be told through multiple perspectives, and I hope you enjoy jumping inside another character's head! I know I did :) 

Shatter goes on sale in just FOUR days! Hope you love this early preview!


If you missed the first chapter reveal, read it here!


(Midnight Ice Book Four)

Chapter Two
~ Jax ~

Was that me? he thought. Did I say that?
Jax had spent the past ten minutes throwing everything he had against the mental wall separating him from his body, the black abyss stretching endlessly between him and the real world.
Stop! he’d screamed.
He’s alive!
He’s here!
He’s me!
Come back!
And then suddenly, the word was flying through his lips, strangled and strained, the desperate plea of a dying man as it flashed through time and space. His lips moved, formed a shape. For the barest moment, he felt the rumble of his vibrating vocal cords, the scratchy sensation of a word fighting its way up his throat, the taste of humid air on his tongue.
And then the rubber band snapped, and he was flying back, back, back, a comet in the dark, playing on rewind as he was thrown through ebony space and shoved into the farthest corner of his own mind.
But he’d done it.
I spoke, Jax thought, triumphant. Never had the simple act of speaking seemed so glorious, yet a brilliant glow flashed through the shadows surrounding him, full of fight and pride. Because he’d broken through. For an instant, Jax had broken through Samael’s hold.
And if he’d done it once, he could do it again.
He was sure.
He’s alive!
He’s right here!
That’s quite enough from you, Samael snapped, voice omnipresent as it cascaded over Jax—not quite as self-assured as it had been the night before. Yet a wave of pressure slammed into Jax, knocking the words from his thoughts, leaving him somehow breathless, as though the shadows were suffocating his mind.
He mentally blinked, trying to focus, trying to stretch his awareness and reconnect with the world. After a few minutes, the darkness cleared, giving Jax a moment to gaze through his eyes like a window to the outside—not able to move them, not able to shift his own attention, not able to speak. But able to see, able to observe, and that at least was something.
Every head in Sonnyville was turned in his direction.
His sudden outburst had caught everyone’s attention. Some eyes held curiosity, some concern, some confusion. He only cared about one set—deep-blue sapphire irises that were watching with love. Not an ounce of doubt flickered in Pandora’s gaze, not the slightest bit of suspicion. Worry, maybe. Confusion, possibly. But her trust shone through, unbreakable after everything they’d been through, everything they’d overcome.
See me, Dory.
Please, please, see the real me.
See through his ruse.
But she didn’t. And she wasn’t. And distantly, he felt her fingers squeeze tight, encouraging as she continued to gaze up at him.
“My father,” came the deep, raspy sound of his own strangled voice.
Oh, Samael was good. He was very good. Of all the ways to play this moment, he’d chosen the perfect one. Because those blue eyes deepened with understanding, with sympathy, making it clear Pandora was not at all aware of the true reason that shout of wait! had torn through his lips.
“My father,” Samael continued, perfectly convincing as his attention jumped from Dory to the quaker standing a few yards away—the person who was there in place of Jax’s father. “Where is he? Why didn’t he come with you? He’s the head quaker—”
“He is no such thing,” Malcolm Scott answered, voice as cold as the one he’d used with his daughter. The sound made Jax shiver, made him want to curl his fists in anger.
But that gut reaction only made it easier for Sam to put on a believable show. The devil rode the wave of Jax’s emotions, curling his fingers in and clenching his arm muscles.
“Your father is a traitor,” the director continued. “He and your mother aided and abetted known fugitives,”—their child, you mean, and the love of their child’s life—“they ignored direct orders,”—easy to do when those orders are to help murder an innocent woman—“and, worst of all, they spread lies and tried to pull other titans to their cause.”
Cause? Jax thought, mulling over that last point. Did they try to overthrow the director? Were they planning a coup? Were they telling other titans about what we’d found out, that Dory didn’t need to die, that the director and many directors before him had lied?
Pride swelled in Jax’s chest, a heat that pushed against the darkness surrounding him. Pride and hope. Because he’d believed in the titan cause once, and he loved his parents, and deep down, he knew that his people could achieve the greatness they were destined to achieve. The titans had grown power hungry. They’d been corrupted. And there were some who would never change. But there were others who might take this moment in time to correct the mistakes of the past and to move on to a better future if they were given the chance.
Jax wanted to be one of those people.
And maybe, just maybe, his parents did too.
“Where are they now?” he heard his own voice ask, steeped in faux concern. Jax seemed to be the only one to notice how false the emotion felt as it rolled off his lips, slick and overly weighty.
“They’re at the enclave under house arrest until we determine what to do with them,” Pandora’s father answered. Finally, a bit of emotion seemed to flicker in his eyes, the briefest fog of grief, blown away like smoke in the wind. “And that is all I will say about it now.” His focus shifted back to Pandora. “Tonight.”
She nodded, lips pushed together as she tried to be strong. But Jax could see through the tough exterior she was trying to put on. He could see the girl underneath, the one still desperately waiting for her father’s approval, the one he accidentally fell in love with after years and years of simply trying to make her smile. Pandora might have grown up, her body might have filled out—with some pretty killer curves, he had to add—but in many ways, she was still that little girl he’d first seen staring out her window and up at the stars, searching for solace in their sparkling light.
He remembered the moment as though it had happened yesterday. Jax had been sulking in his room, hiding in the dark, still not-so-silently protesting the fact that his parents had forced him to move to a new enclave, to leave all of his friends and his abuelita back in Spain, to leave the heat and the sun for a place tucked deep in snowy mountains where the wind always nipped at his skin. And then he’d seen her light flick on, watched her slowly slink across her bedroom and hug a stuffed animal to her chest, subtly wiping at a tear that had slipped from the corner of her eye. Her lower lip had been pouted out, wobbling so much that even through the space between their houses the movement was obvious to him. And then she crawled to the window and lifted her face to the stars as if searching for something—a friend, an answer, hope. And he couldn’t help it. The very sight of her brought a song to his lips. So he grabbed his guitar, tried to awkwardly strum a few of the chords his father had started to teach him, and released the melody springing to his lips.
She’d dropped immediately as though caught in the act. But right before she disappeared beneath the ledge of her window, he’d seen it. The slightest twitch of her lips. A curve that started at the edges and then stretched wide, as though it just couldn’t be contained. That smile had changed his life. It made him strum his guitar for another half hour before finally finding the courage to speak and ask her name. It made him come back again and again and again, because he’d never seen anything more beautiful. And in all his life, that simple fact had never changed.
Dory’s smile could light up the world.
His world, at least.
But at the moment, it was nowhere to be seen, buried deep beneath the mountain of pain only her father had ever been able to unleash. Though now, rather than silent tears and secret hurt, she stared at him with defiance and anger and a power that was undeniable.  
She’s going to forgive him, Samael sneered. The sharp thought exploded angrily, dripping with disdain as it cut through Jax’s memory, pulling him back to the world. Samael grabbed Pandora’s hand, then tugged her ahead of the crowd so he could lean down and whisper in her ear.
“You’re not seriously going to meet with him tonight, are you?”
Pandora glanced up at him, wavering on a precipice, unsure. “I—I have to.”
“Why?” Samael retorted, letting his favorite emotion—anger—get the best of him. “You don’t owe the titans anything. We don’t. You did their dirty work. You saved the world. Let them figure the rest out on their own. Let’s get away from this, from them. Let’s just go and start our lives somewhere else, somewhere the titans will never find us.”
Pandora gasped, gazing up at him with surprise. “Jax.”
Yes, Dory.
Listen, listen.
You know I’d never say this.
You know this isn’t me.
Deep down you must know.
“We can’t leave, not now,” Pandora continued, shaking her head. “Not like this. We have to at least stay until the dust settles. Maybe after I meet with my dad things will calm down. Maybe they’ll understand that we did the right thing. Maybe they’ll listen. We have to try. If only so the next generation has the chance to do better.”
“Why?” Samael countered, voice a snarl. “They’re murderers, all of them.”
Pandora’s eyes widened, two blue bulbs unable to understand what she was hearing.
“Even your parents?” she asked quietly.
Jax’s entire body shifted. He felt the exact moment that Samael realized he’d lost his cool, recognized the instant that his calm façade slid into place. The emotion fizzled out, swallowed by the darkness laying claim to Jax’s mind, and a cunning control took over. Jax’s hands lifted to cup Pandora’s cheeks. His fingers slid into her hair and then along her throat, possessive as he gripped her neck. His hold shifted just enough to force her to look up at him submissively, and he took a step closer, domineering as he used his height to lean over her. She shifted her gaze from his left pupil to his right, searching for an answer in his eyes, unaware of the subtle changes that had completely changed the dynamic between them.
Jax banged his fists against the wall of darkness holding him back.
But fighting was useless.
Samael was in control now.
Nausea rolled through him as he watched Pandora’s expression change, defiance and fight shrinking away as she fell back into a role her soul remembered.
“What about backpacks and smoky bars,” Samael whispered with Jax’s voice. But the tone was different, magnetic in a way Jax didn’t think his own had ever been. Evil acting under the guise of love.
But Pandora ate it right up.
Her body slackened. Her eyes softened. Her strength waned.
“Jax,” she murmured, a weak argument.
“We could go to LA right now,” Samael continued, tugging Pandora closer with a dream that didn’t belong to him. “You could go to college. I could sing. We could do everything we ever wanted to if we leave right now, before they have a chance to reel us back into their mess. We could be free. We earned it.”
“We did,” Pandora agreed before closing her eyes and taking a deep, lingering breath. Jax could almost see all their nights in the tree house play behind her eyelids, all the times they spent imagining the perfect future. They both wanted that childhood hope to come true.
But not like this.
Never like this.
Come on, Dory. You’re stronger than this.
You’ve never let me push you around. Not ever.
Punch me out.
Roll your eyes.
Give me some of that adorably frustrating attitude you love so much.
I love it too…sometimes. Most of the time.
Okay, not really, but
Her eyes opened.
Jax held his breath.
Samael continued to use Jax’s body to coerce her agreement, stroking her skin with his thumb, sending a pleading look with his eyes.
“But we can’t,” Pandora said, voice loud and firm.
That’s my girl, Jax thought, relief a wave washing over him as the darkness around him seemed to flare with veiled fury.
“We have to see this through, Jax. And we have to talk to my father. And we have to help your parents. I’m not sure I even know why we have to, but we have to.”
Samael recognized that now wasn’t the time to push.
He relented.
He leaned back, giving Pandora space, giving her time, falling back on the one thing most master manipulators shared—patience for the kill.
“So…that went well.” Kira’s voice broke through the tension as she sidled up next to Pandora with Luke and Tristan in tow.
“Now I see where you get that infamous titan charm,” Luke teased.
Kira and Pandora both elbowed him at the same time.
Samael lost interest, and his mind drew back, forcing Jax to do the same as the image of the real world blurred and his focus turned inward.
The inky swirls infiltrating his mind began to whirl, to spin, charged with something Jax didn’t understand. But whatever it was, he didn’t like it.
Close call there, Jax shouted into the void, hoping to distract Samael from whatever dark ruminations he was beginning to weave.
Hardly, came the tired drawl Jax had learned to loathe.
A few more conversations like that and I’ll be free of you in no time.
Your attempts at subterfuge are embarrassingly transparent, Jackson. Spit it out, or do me the favor of kindly shutting up.
The reply was biting.
Too biting to be completely honest.
Jax was getting to him. Maybe not a lot, but enough for now.
What are you planning? Jax asked. There’s no need to lie. It’s not like I can do anything to stop you.
Very true, Jackson, Samael agreed. The tone of his thoughts gained a sinister glee. Pandora and I will be together and free from the titans, and there’s absolutely nothing you can do to stop me.
So, why not tell me your plan? Jax pushed, hoping to play on his pride and force out some information.
But Samael was smarter than that. I keep my cards close, Jackson. I always have. And so far, it’s done me well.
You call this well? Jax snorted. Stuck in someone else’s body because the woman you love shoved a sword through your heart?
Oh, naïve boy. Samael laughed lightly. The sound sprinkled like burning rain across Jax’s mind. You’re there. I’m here. The titans are weak. And Pandora is just as in love as ever. I’d call this very well indeed.
Jax shivered as Samael fizzled away.
What have we done? he thought hopelessly as the darkness pushed in around him, shoving him back into the corner that was now his home, back into his velvet grave.
His mind drifted to Malcolm Scott’s words.
The only people who stood against him are weak and vulnerable, while he is probably free and preparing to unleash a revenge thousands of years in the making.
I said you’re a fool.
You all are.
And maybe they were.
Fools in love.
Fools to believe in hope.
Fools to want the impossible.
But he didn’t regret a thing. Not a thing.
Pandora was safe. She was alive.
Yet he couldn’t ignore that little twinge in his heart or the whisper in the back of his mind wondering what in the world they’d done.
Wondering what in the world they’d set free.


I hope you enjoyed the second chapter :)

Shatter is available for pre-order!