It hasn’t worked out as expected…

An ancient murder. Forbidden love. An unimaginable solution.

Thousands of years ago an ancient race discovered this planet and settled in, dividing the territories and manipulating the human populations. They were extremely long-lived. In fact, they believed they were immortal. Then an unexpected murder occurred, and in a rush for self-protection, something new was created: men who looked human but weren’t. They were shapeshifters, lethal and effective, with human emotions and immortal capabilities.

They were called warriors, and the most powerful were the enforcers.

The human populations thought them creatures of myth—and like most myths—there was a tragic element. Some of these immortal warriors fell in love with human girls and they became more human. They questioned, thought about right and wrong, began to challenge the six ruling immortals known as the Calata.

Conflict erupted—as conflict usually does between competing powers—and as part of an Agreement to prevent war, these immortal warriors asked for their human lovers to be made immortal. Since the magic was beyond the abilities of the alchemists, reincarnation was offered as a solution. The natural process could be manipulated. Ancient magic would allow the lovers to reunite in each recurring human lifetime—now known in human populations as “past lives.”

It hasn’t worked out as expected.

THE DANGER IN JUSTICE releases this Friday, August 10th, and I’m hard at work on Arsen and Katerina’s story, THE TEARS IN MIDNIGHT.

I like to write during the day, but at night, I sit beneath the lights on my pergola with a notebook and let the ideas flow. Then I stop to count the first five stars, and in the morning I start writing again.

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Sue Wilder lives in the Pacific Northwest. She first discovered the power of story as a child living in California, when she was caught starting a grapefruit war in a neighboring orchard. Through an imaginative explanation, she managed to absolve all her cohorts from guilt, and has since moderated her behavior. She now writes romantic paranormal fiction for a more mature adult audience.

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