Her Hidden Half (War Songs of the Courts #1)

Her Hidden Half (War Songs of the Courts #1)

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Aurora E. Scott By AuroraEScott Completed

Fate has promised me the shittiest ever after...

Death. 

Fortunately, I've never been very good at accepting bullshit endings.

    Echo Wilde grew up with a gift she never wanted. 

    She could see the creatures that starred in both fairy tales and horror stories alike.

    Now, at nineteen, she's finally living her life the way she wants.

    That all comes to an abrupt stop when she finds herself torn from her life and thrown in the middle of the world she never wanted to be apart of.

    Navigating the Courts, she will have to find a way to survive where she is destined to die. 

    But what if survival comes in the form of a vampire with dark eyes and an agenda; a common enemy of the Courts?

    #4 in Paranormal 02-13-2018
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    #7 in Paranormal 01-19-2018
    
    ⚠ Warning: Contains strong language and a crude protagonist.

    If you find any mistakes, please let me know. I've done the first edit, but I'm sure I've missed something.

  • badgirl
  • betrayal
  • bisexual
  • bite
  • fantasy
  • forbidden
  • love-hate
  • magic
  • mate
  • mentor
  • newadult
  • olderman
  • paranormalromance
  • possessive
  • powers
  • shapeshifter
  • shifter
  • strongfemalecharacter
  • vampire
  • werewolf
katycage katycage 6 days ago
Omit "he was having" - we already know it's him. 
                              
                              "It's" should be "It was" - stay consistent with past tense.
katycage katycage 6 days ago
Omit "small" - wry smiles are regarded as small by nature, so it's not necessary to explain.
katycage katycage 6 days ago
"tad bit" - you only need one of these since they mean the same thing. It's like saying, "a small little mouse." Just delete one of them.
Yes it is 😆😁😆😁😆😁😆
                              the most amazing start of a book
katycage katycage 6 days ago
"something starting" - this is a little awkward. You might fix it by saying, "It definitely started with a J."
katycage katycage 6 days ago
This is an awkward sentence. I'd suggest rewording it to be, "...protested. The look of confusion marred his face—the same face that I couldn't pull my eyes from last night."