“We were given: Two hands to hold. Two legs to walk. Two eyes to see. Two ears to listen. But why only one heart? Because the other was given to someone else. For us to find.” ~ Unknown
Lily is left heart-broken and shattered after the death of her mother. Now she is moving in with a father she barely knows, with nightmares haunting her every breath. Finding out there are wolves in the world… that can turn human at will is a terrifying thought. With the help of the local Alpha she learns to let people in again, and to heal her shattered soul. She slowly learns that broken doesn’t always mean weak, and sometimes you need the love of new found friends and self-formed family to heal the unseen wounds. Will she put her broken pieces back together with an Alpha’s help? Or will she fall deeper into her own mind – burrowing in a hole she can’t escape from? How can she become a part of a pack full of dominant wolves – when she has more humanity than them all?
~”I think you are a little broke, but I think you will overcome it.” I just sat there, not quite understanding what he was saying. “Lily, we will take this slow, get to know each other. But you are mine, and I am yours, always.” He said, softly taking my face in his hands and looking at me with heated eyes, “Do you understand?”~
Series Reading Order:
The Beginning (1)
From the Other Side (1.5)
Burning Heart (2)
Available on Amazon
Five Star Review on Amazon by Kindle Customer
Wonderful YA paranormal romance. See Lilly’s find out who and what she truly is. The friendships she forms and the unbreakable bond she finds where she least expected. I can’t wait to find out more about Lilly and her friends!!!
About the Author
Mandy could live anywhere, but will always be a Texan by heart. She is a wife to a wonderful husband and three mischievous boys. She worships books, drinks too much Dr. Pepper, and would eat fajitas everyday. Her family puts up with the day and night writing when she gets into a kick (even when she is lost in the clouds, and they call her name five times), and she loves them all the more for it. She has had stories in her head since she was a kid, and almost failed classes because she would write in spiral notebooks, lost in her own head, rather than do homework.
She loves spending time outdoors with her family, eating her husbands yummy burgers. She spends her time reading, or putting to life the characters taking life in her mind.
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