Spirit Walkers harness the elements. Storms brew spewing her electrical energy over her hometown. Weaved into her spiritual journey is her birthright, but her family and the Native American Mandate bars her from fulfilling the destiny set by The One Above. Lucien needs her help.
She saved his life once before. But three years ago, her best friend stormed from her life, ridiculing her and leaving invisible gashes sliced into her heart. Persevering on the surface, she dreams of fighting the terror haunting her town and the man who stole and broke her heart.
Her chance arises in the wake of The Green Corn Festival. Lucien arrives sick on her doorstep, but she isn’t a medicine woman. Despite the pain he causes her, she cannot let him die. Faced with the truth of her world, Beth must decide. Does she save the man she secretly loves to hate or does she fulfill her destiny?
Antionette’s Review – Don’t let the cover fool you….. That’s my biggest complaint. The story was awesome. No slow moments… Was intriguing and scary and adventurous and lustfull. Wow.
So Beth is this girl who’s grown up with Luce her entire life. He is sick and dying of cancer as a 13 year old boy and then takes a turn for the better and he survives. He gets better. Then shortly after , he starts to ignore her. Make fun of her. She has no idea why. They had talked about being together forever. That pain is the stem of this whole story. I loved the mythology that was intermingled in it as well. The twists keep you reading and wondering what could possibly happen next.
Please read. It’s awesome!!
About the author:
Rae Z. Ryans currently resides in Tumbleweed, Alabama, with her family, and belongs to the Romance Writers of America. Published since the age of fourteen, Rae now enjoys writing romantic, erotic, fantasy/paranormal stories, and poetry. Her name pays homage to her brothers: Specialist Ryan D. Rexon and Zachary U. Berthot. She is currently working on Death Spurs Desire and Afflicted (Book Three in Beyond the Brothel Walls) Facebook | Twitter | Literary Addicts | Pinterest | Goodreads | Blog