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Writing a six-book series was a huge undertaking, and there are still days when I question what I was thinking. LOL. Most of the time, I don't regret it, and on the days when I do, I stop and think about this book. Eternal Bond was by far the easiest book in this series to write, and it's my absolute favorite. I had so much fun with it, and I hope all of you will have just as much fun reading it.
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Eternal Bond (The Cursed Series, Book 3)
Author: Kara Leigh Miller
Genre: Young Adult paranormal romance
Content Warnings: Heavy kissing / non-descriptive sexual situations
Word / Page Count: 124,000 words / 294 ebook pages / 436 print book pages
Publisher: FireChicken Press, LLC
Print ISBN: 978-1-7354336-2-2
Release Date: November 17, 2020
Blurb: Chloe is in a fight for her life. Literally. Held prisoner by the Rose Coven, they are desperate for her to break the curse and restore the magical balance, but Chloe adamantly refuses—until a nearly starved Jax Halstead is tossed in the room with her. Now, hanging on to her humanity might be next to impossible.
When one act of mercy creates an unbreakable bond that threatens to destroy everything she’s ever wanted, getting away alive—and still human—is more important than ever.
Once freed, her love and devotion to Trent is at war with the bond she shares with Jax, a bond that’s only growing more intense by the day. And now she must decide which is stronger. All while navigating her senior year of high school, college applications, and waiting for the Rose Coven to return. If that isn’t bad enough, Isach Zoya is back. He knows the truth, and he’s watching her every move. What else could possibly go wrong?
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Despite whatever feelings we had for each other—love or hate or something in between—I wasn’t going to let him starve. It was my fault he was stuck here in the first place. And my fault he was starving to death.
“Jax?” I carefully climbed onto the bed.
He groaned but didn’t move. I waited a few seconds to see if he’d wake up or say something, but he was lifeless. Closing my eyes, I pressed the point of the nail into my fingertip.
“Ow.” I winced and opened my eyes. A tiny bead of blood popped out of the puncture hole. Please let this work. I rubbed my finger across Jax’s lips.
He growled and turned his head away. “Don’t.”
“If you don’t, you’ll die,” I said, my voice trembling.
“And if I do, you’ll die,” he snarled.
Fear coursed through my veins at the realization of what I was doing. He could easily overpower me, even in his weakened state, and suck me dry. And the worst part was, I didn’t think it would be intentional. Still, I had to do something, and this was the only thing I had to offer. I wouldn’t let him die. And I wouldn’t let Ivy win.
“Get away from me,” he said.
“No.” I flung my leg over his waist and straddled him.
He could have changed me already, and we’d be free right now. But he hadn’t. He’d respected my wishes, and he was being punished for it. I had to help him. I owed him.
“Look at me, Jax.” I took hold of his cheeks and forced him to face me.
His eyes were pitch black, and I swallowed hard.
Indecision warred in my mind. “I’m not going to let you die,” I said.
“You have no idea what you’re asking me to do.” He pushed himself upright so his back was flat against the headboard.
He blinked a few times, and his eyes turned a cloudy shade of blue—not quite as mesmerizing as Trent’s but not the terrifying black they’d been a moment ago, either.
“I’m asking you not to die.” Heart pounding, I gathered my hair and draped it over my shoulder, exposing my neck. “I can’t survive in here without you,” I whispered. “So, are you going to do this, or am I?” I pinched the nail between my thumb and forefinger and held it up.
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