Release Date: 10/19/15
Summary from Goodreads:
Bound by Vengeance.
Sadie has found the resolve to fight the man who caused so much pain in her life. Her tentative alliance with the HCA underground gives her the resources to train both her body and Talent for when she comes face to face with her grandfather.
Bound by Loss.
Being separated from her friends at St Vincentâs is harder than she could have ever realized and it doesnât help that Kian has withdrawn from her as well. With help from a new friend, Sadie uncovers more about her past and that someone close to her has been keeping secrets from Sadie her entire life.
Bound by Fear.
Tragedy strikes close to home, giving a longstanding enemy, one desperate and willing to do anything to have Sadie on their side, an opportunity to arise. Allies and friends come together to stand against evil, but at a terrible cost. Sadieâs history and future collide while the world is thrown into chaos.
Sadie must overcome or forever be Bound.
Kianâs lips crashed into mine and the world fell away. There was nothing but the two of us in this moment and I felt alive. Happy. I returned the kiss with all the fervor and pent up longing of the past few weeks. My fingers raked through his soft hair before one hand cupped his nape and the other gripped his shoulder, pulling him closer. Wanting. Needing to feel every inch of his body against mine. Kianâs desire matched mine and his kisses became almost punishing as he devoured my mouth. I returned his kiss with equal passion.
Ringing from across the room brought me back to reality. It was time to head to training. Kianâs lips were a breath away from mine as we both smiled. âLooks like itâs time to go.â With each word, his lips brushed against my swollen ones and sent shivers down my spine.
âYeah, but for the first time since we arrived, I kinda want to hang out in my room.â
Kian laughed as he turned to step off the bed, grabbing my hand and pulling to help me stand in the process. âMrs. LaMotte would beat your door down if you tried.â
âYouâre right.â I sighed as I gathered the trash from our breakfast while Kian put on his boots and straightened the bedspread back to the required hospital corners.
He reached out for my hand and I grabbed hold, our fingers intertwining. With my free hand, I turned off the lights and set my console to away. As we stepped into the hall, I turned to Kian.
âSo, what do you want to talk about first?â