At one with the darkness, the mysterious Shadowdwellers must live as far from light-loving humans as possible in order to survive. Yet one damaged human woman will tempt the man behind the Shadowdweller throne into a dangerous desire. . .WorldsMoreAt one with the darkness, the mysterious Shadowdwellers must live as far from light-loving humans as possible in order to survive. Yet one damaged human woman will tempt the man behind the Shadowdweller throne into a dangerous desire. . .Worlds Couldnt Keep Them ApartAmong the Shadowdwellers, Trace holds power that some are willing to kill for.
Without a strangers aid, one rival would surely have succeeded, but Traces brush with death is less surprising to him than his reaction to the beautiful, fragile human who heals him. By rights, Trace should hardly even register Ashlas existence within the realm of Shadowscape, but instead he is drawn to everything about herher innocence, her courage, and her lush, sensual heat. . .After a terrifying car crash, Ashla Townsend wakes up to find that the bustling New York she knew is now eerie and desolate.
Just when shes convinced shes alone, Ashla is confronted by a dark warrior who draws her deeper into a world she never knew existed. The bond between Ashla and Trace is a mystery to both, but searching for answers will mean confronting long-hidden secrets, and uncovering a threat that could destroy everything Trace holds precious. . .Jacquelyn Frank is currently living in North Carolina, and has been writing romantic fiction ever since she picked up her first teen romance at age 13. With four sisters and other family scattered up and down the Eastern Seaboard, and a history of living all across the USA herself, she still always finds ways to give a nod to her native New York in her work.
A former Sign Language Interpreter and substitute teacher, she is a powerful advocate of reading and writing. She isknown for her persistent gifts of books to her nieces and nephews, as well as all the other children in her life, in an effort to see them love both as much as she does.
She believes there is nothing more rewarding than the imagination and all it inspires, and nothing more tragic than illiteracy.