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Brenda K. Davies

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Books written under the pen name Brenda K.Davies

The Alliance Series

Eternally Bound (Book 1)

Bound by Vengeance (Book 2)

Bound by Darkness (Book 3)

Bound by Passion (Book 4)

Bound by Torment (Book 5)

Bound by Danger (Book 6)

Bound by Deception (Book 7) Coming 2021

Hell on Earth Series

Hell on Earth (Book 1)

Into The Abyss (Book 2)

Kiss of Death (Book 3)

The Edge of the Darkness (Book 4)

The Road to Hell Series

Good Intentions (Book 1)

Carved (Book 2)

The Road (Book 3)

Into Hell (Book 4)

The Shadow Realms

Shadows of Fire (Book 1)

Shadows of Discovery (Book 2) Coming Summer 2021

The Vampire AwakeningsSeries

Awakened (Book 1)

Destined (Book 2)

Untamed (Book 3)

Enraptured (Book 4)

Undone (Book 5)

Fractured (Book 6)

Ravaged (Book 7)

Consumed (Book 8)

Unforeseen (Book 9)

Forsaken (Book 10)

Relentless (Book 11)

Legacy (Book 12) Coming Spring 2021

Historical Romance

A Stolen Heart

Books written under the pen name Erica Stevens

The Captive Series

Captured (Book 1)

Renegade (Book 2)

Refugee (Book 3)

Salvation (Book 4)

Redemption (Book 5)

Broken (The Captive Series Prequel)

Vengeance (Book 6)

Unbound (Book 7)

The Coven Series

Nightmares (Book 1)

The Maze (Book 2)

Dream Walker (Book 3)

The Fire & IceSeries

Frost Burn (Book 1)

Arctic Fire (Book 2)

Scorched Ice (Book 3)

The Kindred Series

Kindred (Book 1)

Ashes (Book 2)

Kindled (Book 3)

Inferno (Book 4)

Phoenix Rising (Book 5)

The Ravening Series

Ravenous (Book 1)

Taken Over (Book 2)

Reclamation (Book 3)

The Survivor Chronicles

Book 1: The Upheaval

Book 2: The Divide

Book 3: The Forsaken

Book 4: The Risen


Booksby the author

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19

Chapter 20

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

Chapter 23

Chapter 24

Chapter 25

Chapter 26

Chapter 27

Chapter 28

Chapter 29

Chapter 30

Chapter 31

Chapter 32

Chapter 33

Chapter 34

Chapter 35

Chapter 36

Chapter 37

Chapter 38

Chapter 39

Chapter 40

Chapter 41

Chapter 42

Chapter 43

Chapter 44

Chapter 45

Chapter 46

Chapter 47

Chapter 48

Chapter 49

Chapter 50

Chapter 51

Chapter 52

Chapter 53

Chapter 54

Chapter 55

Chapter 56

Chapter 57

Chapter 58

Chapter 59

Chapter 60

Chapter 61

Chapter 62

Chapter 63

Chapter 64

Chapter 65

Shadows of Discovery Excerpt

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About the author


Elexiandra tried not to crumple the invitation thecrow had delivered as she read it, but her blood pressure roseuntil it pounded in her ears. The neat, embossed gold lettering wasfar too cheerful for the words written on the thick parchment.

She’d bet a lot of these invites had gone outthrough the mortal and Shadow Realms, and that at least a thousandimmortals would accept and attend. She didn’t reside in the ShadowRealms, but—much to her dismay—King Tove of the dark fae must havedecided to include at least some of the immortals who lived in thehuman realm on his invitation list.

“What is it, Lexi?” Sahira asked as sheappeared at Lexi's side.

If Lexi showed her, Sahira would make her go.Her aunt would prattle on about proper etiquette and how excitingit was for them to get the chance to visit the Gloaming, the darkfae realm. But even if Sahira didn't force her to attend, Lexi hadno idea how to get out of this.

How did she say no to the king of the darkfae?

She didn't, that was how. But why did heinvite her?

Sure, her father was a general on the winningside of the war, but he perished in that war, and she was a halfvamp, half human who had never entered a Shadow Realm before. Theonly things separating her from mortals were that she drank blood,as well as ate food, and she was an immortal.

She had no special abilities, no powers, andthough she was stronger than a human, she wasn’t as strong as afull-blooded vampire. She was a nobody holding an invitation fromone of the most powerful immortals in all the realms. And she wouldprefer to throw it away.

Lifting her head, Lexi pushed back a loosestrand of auburn hair as she studied the large manor only fiftyfeet away from her. At one time, the thirty-room, gray stonebuilding was beautiful and in pristine condition.

Then her father entered the war on the sideof the “let's make our existence known to the humans” faction andeverything changed.

But then, her father never really had achoice. It was either fight or die, and at least he chose thewinning side, even if it wasn't necessarily the right one, but shewould never voice that opinion out loud.

However, if he'd chosen the losing side, thenthe Lord would have most likely taken the manor from them ordestroyed it, and she and Sahira would be on the run like all theother rebels.

She was still staring at her home when Sahirasnatched the invitation from her hand.

"It’s an invitation to a ball!” Sahiragushed.

Lexi winced and braced herself for what wasto come. She didn’t want to attend some fancy ball, but the sparklein Sahira’s eyes said her aunt was already planning what they wouldwear.

The invitation specified attending in theirfinest attire, which meant ball gowns. That was all well and good,but she didn’t own anything fancy, and she wasn’t in the mood to goshopping.

“It’s to celebrate the end of the war,”Sahira said, “and the king of the dark fae’s sons for helping theLord win.”

Some of Sahira’s enthusiasm vanished as shespoke. She may love the idea of a ball and fancy gowns, but they’dboth lost a lot during the war and didn’t have anything tocelebrate.

She’d lost her dad, and Sahira lost her halfbrother. They’d lost the luxurious life they once lived and most ofthe humans who once lived at or worked the manor grounds.

But they weren’t the only ones who lost alot. The human realm lost its innocence about the existence ofimmortals as well as countless lives. Every day, they continued tolose more.

And the dark fae king planned to celebratethose losses. Lexi found this a little

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