By Jayde Scott
The instant Amber begins her summer season task in Scotland and units eyes upon Aidan, her destiny is sealed. Summoned by way of an historical bond, she will be able to by no means love one other. misplaced within the woods one evening Amber enters Aidan's lethal global while she unknowingly participates in a mystical race and speedily wins the 1st prize...a prize worthy killing for.
In a global of forbidden love, historical enemies, legends and rituals, not anything is because it turns out and nobody could be relied on. existence just isn't an identical back, until she enters the Otherworld. yet to take action, Amber needs to die...
A task From Hell is booklet 1 of the traditional Legends sequence. publication 2, Beelzebub lady, is accessible now.
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Extra resources for A Job From Hell (Ancient Legends)
My heartbeat quickened as I dropped it inside the bag and went about fishing out more gemstones. The wind outside blew stronger, shaking the glass in the window. I sat up, my arms aching from the effort of delving through the thick mud and pul ing out one stone after another. I didn't know how many I had, probably a dozen or more, al of them as large as the first one. Larger than any stone I'd ever seen, and worth mil ions if they weren't fake. Dal as would be so proud of me. A twig snapped, making me jump.
Aidan's lips curled into a sarcastic smile. "Why, that's the best time to see the stars. " I laughed a little too loud, hoping it didn't sound as forced to him as it sounded in my ears. " I winced at my choice of words. Now he'd think I was the worst housekeeper in the world and too stupid to walk on two legs. " His gaze narrowed. " Diamonds. It brought back al the guilt of helping Dal as steal the gemstones. I gulped, heat rushing to my face. "It's not too late," Aidan said, softly. I peered at him.
When my brother didn't answer, I jumped to my feet and walked in the direction in which he disappeared a few minutes ago. "Dal as? It's getting real y freaky out here. I just saw this weird light flash. " Holding my breath, I strained to hear any approaching footsteps. There were none. The blue light flashed again in the distance. " My voice cut through the silence of the night, almost as loud as my pounding heart. "Come on. This isn't funny. " Crap! Where was he? What took him so long? My heart hammered like a drum.
A Job From Hell (Ancient Legends) by Jayde Scott