I should have died. Instead, I wake with strangers beside me in an unknown place and healed from my near-fatal wounds. They say I have no powers, that I’m only human. But I have amnesia and no longer able to mask who I truly am and now everybody knows what I am. I’m no longer safe. Can I trust the vampire who saved my life? And can the were-leopard tasked with helping me understand my past, accept me for who I really am before the threat returns to finish what they started?
Arcadius has been in her dreams for fifteen years. Aelia now believes that he is the only one who can quench her need for sex and love. What she doesn’t realize is that when she finally finds love, there will be even more to be accomplished, and freedom is something she must fight for. She yearns for her freedom out of the Realm, as this is the only way she can find love and fulfill her desires.
The Sandman is seventeen-year-old Nora’s closest friend and best-kept secret. He has to be, if she doesn’t want a one-way ticket back to the psychiatrist. It took her too long to learn not to mention the hooded figure in her dreams to her mother, who still watches Nora as if she’ll crack. So when Nora’s friends start mysteriously dying gruesome deaths in their sleep, she isn’t altogether surprised when the police direct their suspicion at her. The Sandman is the only one she can turn to for answers. But the truth might be more than she bargained for…