She didn't want anything to do with him, but Mikhail couldn't help but want her after tasting her exquisite blood. Even if she hated him for it, even if he'd had a choice, he wouldn't let her escape him. When he finally claimed her, she would be his for all eternity - and eternity was a long time to hate someone. Eventually, she would come to love him. And if she didn't? Her immortal life would be very, very lonely. He didn't share. Sophie had unintentionally become valuable and now she had to deal with the consequences; she belonged to him and he wasn't going to let her go. She could cry, she could scream, she could fight, but it wouldn't change anything. She was his.
It is that spooky time of the year in Cape Cod when a highschool teenager begins to experience weird stuff happening to him and everything around him until he comes across an ancient artifact which he must use to protect the town from the darkness that is about to creep out and unleash wrath upon the entire town.
The Davis family moved into an old mansion in a small town called Wentworth. The house is haunted but the parents were skeptics so do not believe in the stories the kids are telling them, not until the older child goes missing in the house and the younger daughter becomes possessed.
Meet Divina, a quirky oddball freak of nature with a giant dark cloud of terrible luck that follows her everywhere she goes. Her sad little life is pretty consistent in that one-tragedy-after-the-next kind of way until her entire world is shifted upside at the site of an old box in front of her door. What follows next is a wild and bumpy road of one confusing secret revealed after the next. Dragons, soul-eaters, and a whole sub-world of dark magic whirl Divina into an entirely new and terrifyingly exciting fate.
You know how people always say it's stupid to have a fear of the dark. I used to be one of them, well I should actually say I DON'T FEAR THE DARK.... IT'S WHAT'S IN IT Hey guys it's Ronelle here, I just wanna say I do own this book, plot and characters. I would suggest you read this book or they will come for you. This is my first ever story so feedback and support will be immensely appreciated.