Blood Witch Book 1 of the Opposite Side is back! With a new cover, new edit, new format, and a new lower price!
Welcome to the Opposite Side where monsters really do roam the night, but The Supervisors make sure that the monsters don’t get noticed by the normal humans. Meet Leslie, a Supervisor and a blood witch, one of four in California. Blood witches are said to have powers that rival gods, that’s why they were almost hunted to extinction. Leslie came into her power late, and fell in with the wrong crowd before she became a Supervisor. Nathan is king of the local werebear clan, and he has plans for the future of his pack, the other local shapeshifters, but also has his eyes set on Leslie. She is not your ordinary Blood Witch, and together they can stir up power that the world has never seen. But nothing is as it seems in the Opposite Side, and Leslie’s already different world is going to be shaken as a new case starts a chain of events that can lead to a feud war.
“Don’t panic,” he said, shooting her a quick look, trying not to keep his attention off the cub too long.
“Too late,” she said, trying to calm her heart. All she needed to do was make herself a big enough target.
He came to her, and held her face in his big hands. The electricity flared. Her magic started to break through, which happened when her emotions were high. “Breathe,” he whispered to her.
“I know what happens to the newly changed. They’re hungry.”
He nodded, and leaned his forehead to hers. “I can’t stop it. This is going to be ugly, just close your eyes okay.”
She did, but she could hear everything, all his bones breaking and reknitting themselves together. The sound was in-between a dog drinking water, and a messy eater eating something very gross. His screams turned to roars. Finally, after all the bones we reknitted, the cub gave a roar that shook the small room they were trapped in. Nathan turned, keeping his back pressed to her, blocking her view. She did what she believed was the stupidest move ever, but couldn’t help herself; she wrapped her arms around him. The flare of the electricity that entered her body, made her weak, and she leaned her head against the back of his neck.
The more skin that she pressed against him, the more of the electrical feeling zapped through her. But then something else happened. Her magic opened, but it didn’t go wild. Instead, it touched Nathan’s beast. His power flowed from him, mingling with hers. For a second, they were nothing but magic. And then as one they looked at the cub, angry and hungry as it slowly advanced on them fully in bear form. As one, they willed it to sleep. And it did just that. It lay down in the water and went to sleep, the bear body slowly turning back to human.
Nathan turned in her arms, and moved his face in close to hers. She thought he would lick her cut again, but instead he pressed his lips against hers, kissing her hard. Her arms moved up to circle around his broad neck, as she kissed him back with feverish want. He pressed his body against her, hard, ready. She could sense his need, his want, and it matched hers in every way. Her hands had tangled themselves in his long, blondish brown hair when he finally broke the kiss.