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If she can just help her sister restore their hidden powers, she might be able to stop what’s coming. But an old enemy returns, and he’s got plans for Brianna and her visions.
What neither of them knows is that fate has given a stranger one chance to find her. He was trained to protect the chosen—but if he fails, the future will crumble.
Shifting Fate is the second book in the Descendants Series (following Bound by Prophecy) and focuses on Brianna and Logan.
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countertop, the tiles inlaid with gold, until all of the voices quieted. When I
finally came out, Brendan was waiting for me in the bedroom.
around us. “As soon as the security updates are finished, we’ll be moving you to
Council.” I could see the idea bothered him more than it should, and the rest of
his explanation seemed to be more to convince himself than me. “It’s the best
place for you. To keep you safe.”
like to sleep for a—”
ached, and my hands still shook—but I didn’t want to be alone.
small of my back. I could have sat in the reading chair, but I didn’t. Instead,
I took the center of a small sofa where Brendan could settle beside me. His arm
came around me, and I curled my legs up, letting him tuck my back against his
good to have someone there.
centered over a narrow table. It was probably an original. And yet, I couldn’t
bring myself to appreciate it. They had been attacking Council ever since Morgan
was taken. We had thought it was in retaliation. We had thought they meant to
rescue Morgan. But we were wrong … because they were after me.
that way, but I wanted so badly to finally have this over with, to save my
sister and myself. To save everyone. I just needed a clue. One small indicator
of how, of what I was searching for in Emily, of what to do.
into him. My elbow rested on his leg, my back against his chest. His cheek
brushed my hair, and I went rigid.
table across from us.
examining the etched glass, and internally cringed. Nice, Brianna, run over to
look at glass.
say something. Do something.
back on the table, stepped one leg behind me. Two would have been too much. Two
would have injured him more. I looked into his eyes, so dark they were nearly
black, and said, “I like you, Brendan. I do.” Before I could finish, before I
could add, “but …” his phone rang.
His gaze found me. “I’m sorry, Brianna, but I have to take care of something.”
He glanced at his watch. “I hate to leave you alone, but Aern will be here
shortly. There are two men at the door, and the alarms are always on.” He
reached up to touch my shoulder. “We will talk soon.”
conversation, before walking out the door.
falling onto the couch and throwing an arm over my eyes.
head for when Aern arrived. I would do everything I could to resolve our issue. I had a lot of work to do before I could figure out where to start.
Twenty-two-year-old Aern is done watching his brother destroy the only thing that matters. He never wanted to take Morgan’s place among council, never wanted to rule their hidden world. But when the key to the prophecy is found, a young girl named Brianna whom Morgan will destroy, Aern knows he has to take action.
What he really wants, is for things to go back to normal. But now he’s kidnapped a girl, and his brother’s men are after him. His only hope is to join with the Division, but they have plans of their own, and it’s the last thing Aern is willing to do.
Emily just wants her sister back. She doesn’t care about the prophecy, or realize what’s at stake. But when she goes after Aern, the truth of the matter uncoils, and Brianna isn’t the only one who’s in danger.
Suddenly, they’re at the center of a secret war, and unless they can work together, they’ll both have a sacrifice too big to make.
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