Ray Cross wasn’t a hero; he could die too easily. But some things are worth risking death...
Ray Cross was born with a genetic disorder, resulting in a fragile body; his organs and blood vessels will rupture with any hard impact, so standing up to his best friend's controlling boyfriend could kill him.
Ray's life in Midland, MI gets decimated when his parents reveal they are not his real parents and his real father, a king from a secret land hidden in the far north of Canada, is dying and wishes to meet his son.
With his doctor and newly-met twin, Ray travels to the forgotten village of Yardis, where magic, myth, and corruption are abundant. But the longer Ray stays in the village learning the truth of his past and reconnecting with his father, King Vintras, the more he discovers an evil force threatening the king and his village.
But there’s more than the king and a village tied to Yardis and Ray. He finds friendship and more from a band of brothers who are part witch, dragon, and healer. With new alliances and new abilities, Ray wars with himself on playing it safe or risking it all to save the ones he loves.
Can Ray rise above his fragile disorder to become the hero for once in his life?
About the Author
D.A. Roach hit the writing scene in 2013 when she wrote Trusting Strangers, a story about a family crisis that occurred in her childhood. Once she wrote THE END, she found herself writing the next story and hasn’t stopped. She writes Young Adult and New Adult and loves the paranormal and horror genre. Besides her own full length books, D.A. has contributed short stories to several anthologies, including the bestselling Thirteen Series. In 2017 she added USA Today Bestselling author to her accolades. D.A. is a full time mom and wife. When she is not doing domestic things (laundry, bills, etc) she is writing, reading, creating mixed media art, advocating for a rare disorder, and listening to music. Her favorite authors include Rebecca Donovan, Richelle Mead, Larissa Ione, and Nicole Williams. Reading great works from authors like these has motivated D.A. to write more of her own stories. WEBSITE: http://daroachbooks.blogspot.com/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DARoachDA/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/daroach12books BOOK GORILLA: http://www.bookgorilla.com/author/B00AQNBVH2/d-a-roach AMAZON AUTHOR PG: http://www.amazon.com/author/daroach