They were coming…
Run, hide! It’s what Collett longed to do, what she’d been doing for over two years. She knew though there was nowhere left to go, they would find her again. There was no place she could ever be safe, and she needed answers. Why me, what have I done? As she peered through the darkened woods into eerie golden eyes, she tried to force herself to remember. There was a recognition there, but whoever she was before remained trapped deep in the recesses of her broken mind. As Collett watched her pursuer creep forward through fog and trees, she wondered, how can I defeat an enemy I can’t remember?
The warning bells in Cade's mind told him to be cautious. As a lycan, he’d lived for over two centuries, and his senses, his experience told him this woman was trouble. There was something different about her; something extraordinary, and someone wanted her dead. He could save her, protect her, but he wondered who would protect him from those iridescent-blue eyes? As she cowered in fear, her scent carried over to him in the night wind, and Cade somehow knew after this, nothing would ever be the same.
In this suspension-packed series, full of surprising twists, and heart-pounding excitement, Collett and Cade learn that forgotten secrets are the most dangerous.
About the Author
Camille Bateman Haight, was born and raised in Sandy, Utah. She was born the fourth child in a family with eight children. “I grew up in a loving home full of great people. My parents taught me great things, among them was first a love of God, second a love of family, and third a belief in honing and using one’s talents.” From a very early age her father taught her a love of literature. She was encouraged to read books on her summer vacations, and write a book report on each one. Her father pushed her to learn new vocabulary words regularly to further her foundation. Her grandmother also had that same love of classic novels and poetry she read to young children at elementary schools and loved to read to all her grandchildren. Her love and influence just added to Camille’s fondness of good story telling. Her love of a good story can be seen within each chapter of her books. “A good story should pull at you from within, and bring forth a bond between you and the Characters as if they truly are you best friend or most hated foe. A good story will make you laugh out loud, or have tears slipping down your cheeks. A story should feel real, and engage you on every level,” Says Camille. Today Camille lives in southern Utah with her husband and young children, where she continues to pour herself into her stories. “I will write until I have nothing left, or until my fingers give up on me.” She said, knowing that for her, a good story is at the core of so many of life’s memorable moments.