Randi Cooley Wilson is back with a dark paranormal NA that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Restraint is an addictive pleasure and spellbinding continuation of Eve’s journey of self-discovery, love and sacrifice. Readers captivated by Revelation will eagerly devour Restraint.
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A FORBIDDEN LOVE WILL BECOME DEEPER.
A LOYALTY WILL BE TESTED.
AND ONLY DARKNESS WILL REMAIN.
One revelation changed everything, turning Eve Collin’s world upside down. Now, she’s left to struggle
with her identity and allegiance. Haunted by grief and tempted by her increasing attraction to her
protector, will she ever truly be safe from enemies that refuse to give up?
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About Randi Cooley Wilson:
Randi was born and raised in Massachusetts where she attended Bridgewater State University and graduated with a degree in Communication Studies. After graduation she moved to California where she lived happily bathed in sunshine and warm weather for fifteen years.
She and her husband recently moved back to Massachusetts with their daughter where she was encouraged to begin writing again.
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Release Her – Restraint, The Revelation Series, Book #2
“Saraphina, release her from the spell at once,” the deep voice orders firmly.
“Or what, protector?” She laughs and it sounds like angels singing, causing my muscles to tighten in response. I lick my lips in reaction as she smiles seductively at me, and nods.
“Or I will kill you myself,” the male voice threatens.
She turns her chocolate eyes on the man behind me, attempting to seduce him too, lowering her voice to a sexy octave. “It’s a shame, really. You used to be so much more fun. Do you recall all the good times we’ve have together, lover?”
“Your seduction won’t work this time, so save the effort. I’ll kindly ask you one more time to release Eve from the spell before I discharge my powers,” he says cockily.
She pouts and it makes me sad. The need to comfort her overwhelms me until she darts her angry eyes toward me. Without warning, the chokehold she had on my body is gone. I stumble back, almost landing on the snowy ground before two strong hands wrap around me. As the haze in my brain begins to lift, I start to see and think clearly again.
“Next time she comes to the lake, I will take her to Lucifer,” Saraphina threatens then dives into the water, splashing us. It only increases the coldness running through my bones.
The pair of brawny hands grab at me, pulling me away from the water’s edge. “It’s all right. I’ve got you.”