Nightworld Academy: Term Three
Term Three is in session. Let the games begin.
I’m back at the Nightworld academy and looking forward to a new term, but life isn’t any easier. I’m still reeling from the events at the Winter Ball and Tobias’s revelation. Now a new face on campus is about to throw everything into turmoil.
My relationship with the guys grows more complicated. I’m worried Ash is drifting away from me, I’m no closer to finding how to stop Jamie’s death, and my feelings for Andrei confuse us both. Amelia’s also behaving oddly, and I’m worried she’s planning something stupid. Is somebody trying to pull us apart?
Add in the rivalry of the academy games, and this term will test friendships.
A prank leads to a frightening and confusing vision unlike anything I’ve experienced, and I’m now certain the biggest danger to the academy is somebody or something already here.
Amidst all the confusion, one thing is clear. I need to work on perfecting my new abilities and holding us together before the Dominion infiltrate the academy and my new world comes crashing down.
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Nightworld Academy: Term Four
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Alek could kill me with a kiss. Finn’s touch could end my life. My connection to the two men threatens us all.
The new house has a strange atmosphere. My tiny bedroom decorated with nursery rhyme figures is cold, and I’m uneasy about the strange visitors I trip over on the stairs. I’ve an immediate and intense attraction to my housemate Alek, which also bothers me. He’s attractive but arrogant and precisely the type of guy I avoid. So why can’t I keep away from him?
Work brings more challenges. I struggle to settle into my new role following my time isolated from the world, and the dizzy spells interfere with my job. A new nurse working in ICU is one of the few who talk to me. I’d love to spend more time with enigmatic and friendly Finn, but the guy has a chilling effect on me I want to avoid.
I’m about to discover that there’s a reason Alek and Finn have entered my life and they have something heart-stopping to tell me. The slow recovery and fogged nightmares aren’t the only changes I need to deal with, and these two men are bad for my health.
I’m Rose Walker. I died for ten minutes, and I’m not the girl I was.
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