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He’s bad news. Full of himself, brutally honest and arrogant. Under that gorgeous mask is something dark and twisted, and he’s claimed me as his victim.
When orphan Crystal visits a great aunt she's just met in Blacksville, West Virginia, she sets some rules for herself:
#1 - Don’t get too close to anyone.
#2 – Don’t expect too much.
#3 - Don’t fall for the town’s bad boy like everyone else.
While she finds the last one frustrating, Crystal has no intention of giving into any weaknesses. That is until she’s told there’s a curse that’s been running through her family for generations, and it seems the one she needs to avoid is the key to bringing it to an end.
Now all bets are off. Only a single line separates her from the side of magical beings, and she’s crossing it. But she learns rules are in place for a reason.
The hidden world in the seemingly small and innocent town goes far beyond the one she knows and understands. It’s a world where humans once visited and have been warned not to return.
On the outskirts of town, creatures roam the night, waiting for the One. The birth of her child…
When orphan Crystal Valdez accepts an invitation to stay at Thorncrest Manor in the small town of Blacksville, her fate falls into the hand of a dark and sinister world of covens and witchcraft.
She is unlike anyone else, and is struggling to come to terms with her new found powers and a curse that has haunted her family for generations. But within the desolate cornfields, old plantations, and decaying graveyards of the forgotten land, secrets can’t stay hidden forever.
A spell cast two centuries ago will bring her face to face with the one she can’t deny but also her biggest challenge. He’s been bound to her since birth. Too many fates count on their every decision.
But what’s worse? The pact in place to avenge Crystal? Or giving her heart to the enemy?