Ignite the Flame

 Book #1

When Addison discovers the impossible becomes possible, it's unclear whether that's a blessing or a curse. Cael, her sworn protector, finds it unbearable to resist her magnetic sensuality, complicating his efforts to shield and guide her as she learns to manage her newly acquired skills, and he's faced with the decision of revealing all or sabotaging their new relationship to keep her safe as well as his own heart. Fate has brought them together, but will it make them stronger or destroy them in the end?

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Addie absently tapped her fingers on the steering wheel. “Another cloudy day. I should have taken pictures during the summer months, like any other normal person.” She glanced up at the sky again before returning her focus to the road.

That was when she saw him standing in the center of the highway

She screamed, grasped the wheel with both hands, and steered to the right. The truck lurched. Her camera and tripod clunked against the passenger door and fell to the floor. Addie tried to straighten the wheel, but the gravel on the side of the road sent the wheels spinning toward the ditch. She slammed on the brakes, skidding several feet before finally stopping inches from a steep slope.

“Oh, God … did I hit him?” She’d heard a thump against the truck. “I must have hit him.”

Her hands shook. In fact, her entire body trembled with fear. Forcing her uncooperative limbs to move, Addie shoved open the heavy truck door, held on to support her quivering body, and stepped out. Her rubbery legs buckled under her as the fierce wind blew her jacket open. Steadying herself, she used both hands to keep it closed and crept to the back of the truck, scanned the area, but saw no one. Not even a hint of a body.

She called out. “Hello? Sir, are you all right?”

No one answered. The silence was disturbing as if something had sucked all evidence of life out of the area, leaving nothing behind except the sound of the wind rustling through dead leaves and the surf pounding against the rocks below.