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Project Prometheus Book Three: Shadow Walker -- EPUB

  • A man pursued by his future. A woman haunted by her past. Their fate rests on finding the truth, before an ancient evil finds them.
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Release Date::
December 21, 2015
ISBN:
9781682940006
Cover Artist:
Jenifer Ranieri

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Trevor Watkins is the miracle of the hour -- the survivor of an unassisted coma. But he awakes in a strange place, with no memory but one -- the smiling face of a woman with jade-green eyes he has a dreadful feeling he’s supposed to hate.

Trapped in a living nightmare from which he believes there is no escape, he finds himself face-to-face with a betrayal he can’t help but forgive, and a secret he can’t hide from.

Now, the jade-eyed beauty from his past can set him free, if he’s willing to let her step into a world that could take her away from him forever.

Excerpt

"Jordan!"

A put-upon sigh answered her from the second floor, and Jaye bit back a harried laugh as she made her way back to the kitchen. Nine years old was just far too young to be so contrary.

A few minutes later, the heavy thud of sneakers clomped dejectedly down the carpeted stairs, and an annoyed Jordan, his sweater on backwards again, appeared in the kitchen doorway, small frown lines denting his forehead. Jaye smiled at him even as tender pain lodged in her heart. He looked so much like his father, with his caramel-colored skin and dark amber eyes. Only his high cheekbones and smooth, raven-wing hair came from her.

"I don’t need to go to school," he protested with all the vehemence of nine-and-omniscient. His hopeful look pained her. "Why can’t I go with you, instead?"

Jaye flashed him a tolerant smile as she slathered bread with Jordan’s two favorite food groups -- peanut butter and jelly. Sighing, she realized it was one more constant reminder of his father.

"Because you have to go to school, so you can learn how to do all the fun stuff you want to do, kiddo. And I have to go to work." To beg forgiveness for my life. Tension returned to coil between her shoulder blades, making her wince. She spent the past year telling herself she was doing the right thing by staying away from Trevor, even though she desperately wanted to see to his care herself. She owed him a debt, but he needed time to heal, physically, before her boss or his would sign off on his psychiatric care. Since he woke, she knew her presence could be a detriment to his healing -- especially if he recognized her. So she deliberately stayed away, going out of her way to avoid any chance of them crossing paths. Not difficult, as long as she stayed in the psychiatry wing.

Until today. Today, she would face him for the first time. She was petrified, and yet anxious to get the first, no doubt awkward, meeting over with. Except Fate and her nine-year-old son conspired against her attempt at haste. Facing her son, she sighed.

"Turn your sweater around so the tag is in back and find your book bag." She handed him his lunchbox -- predictably Star Wars, like everything else in her son’s life -- and offered him an encouraging smile as she ruffled his hair affectionately. "Buck up, short-stuff. Just think what you’ll be able to do once you get school over with."

He brightened on cue as he struggled into his thick winter coat. "I want to be a pilot, Mom. Can I fly a jet, like on base?"

She winced again, acutely aware of her son’s love of fighter planes. Her memories of watching fighters take off and land at Andrew’s Air Force Base were bittersweet, at best. It was a regular pastime of theirs, thanks to Jordan’s rapt fascination. She couldn’t deny him something that gave him so much joy, but a frightened knot tightened in her gut to know she fed his desire to rush into danger. Just like his father.

Jaye smiled wanly, unwilling to quash his dreams with her reservations.

"You can be anything you want to be, honey."

He grew pensive as he followed her through the house toward the front door. "Mom?"

"What, babe?" She shrugged into her coat and snagged her purse, cover, and the keys to her Toyota Corolla.

"Can I be like Dad?"

The unexpected question brought Jaye up short, and her eyes squeezed shut.

Good God, I hope not.

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Project Prometheus, Book #3: SHADOW WALKER Available 12/21/15 Trevor Watkins is the miracle of the hour -- the survivor of an unassisted coma. But he awakes in a strange place, with no memory but one -- the smiling face of a woman with jade-green eyes he has a dreadful feeling he’s supposed to hate. Trapped in a living nightmare from which he believes there is no escape, he finds himself face-to-face with a betrayal he can’t help but forgive, and a secret he can’t hide from. Now, the jade-eyed beauty from his past can set him free, if he’s willing to let her step into a world that could take her away from him forever.
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  1. How does she keep doing this? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Sep 2016

    I read "In Her Name" (first book in this series) because first the cover caught my attention, and then the story trapped me. But in the best of ways.

    Paranormal has been big for years, but I had my fill of werewolves and shifters and such a long time ago. Always the same old same old. There is NOTHING 'same old same old' about Ms. Mitchell's books.

    And good god almighty, Trevor is HOT.

    Step into this world, and as frightening as it gets sometimes... stealing your breath and making your heart pound... you're not going to want to leave.



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