One hundred and fifty years ago, Warrior Jovan of the Six Saviors realized he had a gift: the ability to feel emotions through touch. Over the years, the gift has intensified allowing him to hear others thoughts, and this uncontrolled skill has forced him to keep his distance from both humans and those of his race. He fears the impact on his sanity if he doesn’t.
Liberty, an SR44 female has come to Earth by a set of circumstances beyond her control. Born into a life of servitude on SR44, she is alone, afraid, and stumbling her way through learning the customs and language of her new home on Earth. When Jovan meets Liberty, it becomes clear that they are of the same species, and Jovan takes Liberty under his wing, despite his commitment to himself to limit interaction with others.
As Liberty reveals the reasons for her coming to Earth, it becomes apparent that the Six Saviors are in danger, not only from the FBI, but also from those who have journeyed to Earth with Liberty, and they are seeking revenge. Jovan must quickly learn to control his gift, and Liberty is the only one who can help him. As they deal with danger from all sides, Jovan and Liberty must find a way to compromise on the lives they desire, or they will be forced to go their separate ways.
The Six Saviors Series:
(This is a stand-alone series. So feel free to read whichever books, in whatever order, you want!)
Book 1: The Light Within Me
Book 2: Finding My Faith
Book 3: REBORN
Book 4: Beverly’s Rebirth
Book 5: Destiny’s Shift
Book 6: Tangled Fates – coming April 20th!
“I’m not going to hurt you,” he said gruffly, as he offered his hand to help her up. After a moment, she gently laid her hand into his, and he pulled her up, feeling a jolt of her fear and anxiety.
She took a moment to rearrange her coat, then said in a quiet voice, “Truly, I thank you for saving me the humiliation of another male laying his hands on me, however, I must take my leave now.”
Briefly she met his eyes again.
“Are you okay?” he asked, surprised by the concern he felt for her. He rarely gave a shit about humans, except his fellow Warriors’ mates, of course.
Pulling away from him, she nodded her head. “I shall be fine, and now I must say farewell. Again, thank you.”
He watched her scurry down the alley and noticed out of the corner of his eye that she had left her bag.
Checking the sky, he knew he was cutting it short, but he couldn’t let her go without her bag. He supposed he could bring it to her the following night, but he was leaving Phoenix, and what if she got home and didn’t have her keys? She definitely shouldn’t be out walking around this part of town at night. Only people looking for trouble were out in the hours of darkness around here.
Breaking into a jog, he caught up to her quickly. “Hey,” he said, falling in step next to her. “You dropped your bag.”
When he handed it to her, their hands touched, and once again he felt anxiety coursing through her, but this time it was stronger. It was so fierce he actually looked around the alley to see if there was another attacker around.
Glancing at the sky again, he knew he had to go. He was minutes away from lighting up.
Then she looked toward the sky and sheer panic crossed her face. “Thank you, again. In short order, you’ve become my knight in glowing armor.” She turned to leave, and this time he let her go.
“It’s shining armor,” he said.
She stopped and turned. “Pardon me?”
“It’s shining armor, not glowing armor.”
She gave a brief smile, then put her hand over her chest. Her pale skin grew paler, and her dark eyes grew wide, her hand covering her heart-shaped mouth in shock.
“Holy shit,” he whispered.
“Oh my word.”
Jovan stood there frozen, his green eyes glowing in the twilight, as her eyes slowly turned a light pink.
He stood and went to her, stopping directly in front of her. She crossed her arms over her chest and lifted her gaze to his, tilting her head.
“What is it, Jovan?”
“Come here,” he whispered, and he took her in his arms. Her body was so small, he felt like she would break if he squeezed too hard. She laid her cheek on his chest, and her arms snaked around his waist.
Holding her close, he felt nothing at all, and it was a wonderful feeling. Well, he felt nothing but his cock getting hard. There were no emotions from her, no thoughts, no nothing.
He lifted her chin. “I can’t fight you anymore, Liberty.”
“I wasn’t aware we were arguing, Jovan.”
What in the world was he about to do? “You’re driving me crazy, Liberty.”
“I’m so sorry, Jovan. What have I done? And what can I do make amends with you?”
He smiled, while thinking of all the things she could do to make amends. “Well, you could start with letting me kiss you.”
Her breath hitched, and he watched shock march across her face. “Jovan, I don’t know what to say.”
“How about yes?”
“Yes,” she whispered.
*Book 1 of the Six Saviors Series, The Light Within Me, is available for free at all major ebook outlets*
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