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To be loved by a shadow in the Mist.

Every month, for three days, a mysterious fog filled with demonic creatures swallows the world. Since its first appearance a decade ago, I’ve diligently secured my home against the danger. Today, my sister’s negligence has allowed something in. A Mistwalker. A part of him now resides inside of me, his brand on my chest a constant reminder of his presence. He terrifies me and threatens to derail the life I’ve been building. And yet, a part of me is drawn to him.…

I have walked two worlds to be with her.

For years, I have lurked in the Mist, lying in wait for the opportunity to get to my fiery Jade. Now that humans have torn the Veil, nothing will keep me from crossing into the Mortal Plane to claim her. She’s my mate. I will not allow her to hide from the truth she knows deep within her but fears to acknowledge. I was made for her. I am her greatest wish.

©2018 Regine Abel (P)2020 Regine Abel

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An unexpected jewel in the rough

I really enjoyed this story. It was fresh and the characters were sweet - except for the nightmares. Even then...they did exactly what they're supposed to.
I am surprised the narrator is a male when most of the book was from the POV of the female lead. His voice was almost detached at times and unless there was great emotion needed sounded clinical. He was not good at discerning between the female and male POV and at times made it difficult to understand who was talking/thinking.
Lovely story tho! Definitely, HEA don't worry.