We are so excited to reveal to you the cover for K.R. Grace’s debut novel The Loner, book one in the Daughters of Destiny Series.
Cover Art By Nathalia Suellen
Life is divided into two stages for me: before and after. Unfortunately, I’m not coping so well in the “after” stage. My parents decide transferring me to a new school for my last semester of high school will knock me out of my funk. As if a new location is the cure for your boyfriend dying in a terrible car accident. I go along with it, though, I mean, what other choice do I have?
I only have one goal at the new school: be invisible. Turns out, small towns have nothing better to do than gawk at the new girl. Great. I instantly despise everyone…except him. Drake Knight. Town bad boy, walks in a cloud of mystery, and turns girls into goo. Not usually my type. Yet, for some reason, I’m drawn to him like a diabetic in a candy store.
But there’s just one teeny, tiny problem: he turns into a wolf. And not just that, but he’s an important wolf-boy whose boss is a powerful angel and has some intense enemies of the demonic persuasion. I mean, we’re talking psycho fallen angels who want to take over the world type of intense. How do I explain that one to the parents?
Anyway, I once thought my heart belonged to the one I lost, but now…now I’m not so sure.
I don’t do love. I tried it once, and she ended up dead in a ravine. So, I tend to keep my distance from people. It’s better that way. safer. Yet, when Star Allistar walks into the band room and flashes those big, solemn green eyes at me, I’m a goner.
There’s just one problem: she’s human, and humans don’t survive in my world. But I won’t let that stop me. She’s my purpose, my hope, my mate, and I’m prepared to kill anyone who tries to jeopardize her happiness.
In a twist of Fate, two other shifters also believe Star is their mate. There can only be one. I’ve never had to fight for love. Didn’t even know my heart still worked. But now? Now all bets are off. Star is mine. I just have to make her see it, before it’s too late.
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As a child, K.R. Grace had an overactive imagination. When it was obvious she wasn’t going to change anytime soon, her mom shoved a pen and paper in her hand and said, “Write it down.” So, at the age of eight, her first story was born, and the writing hasn’t stopped since. When she’s not running with wolves, sleeping with bears, or flying with falcons, she can be found checking out local bands or watching movies about things that go “boo” in the night. She has a dog that is afraid of his own shadow and a cat that was a mob leader in a former life.
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