The Eden Series, Book Four
Genre: Contemporary Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Rhenna Morgan
Date of Publication: October 11, 2016
ISBN: Print - 978-1-945361-03-6 /
ISBN: E-book - 978-1-945361-02-9
Number of pages: 277
Word Count: 98,794
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow
Fate is the life we’re given. Destiny is what we do with it.
Captured as a child and forced into slavery by the Rebellion’s leader, Brenna Haven was raised in near isolation with the utmost cruelty. She knew nothing of kindness or compassion until Fate orchestrated her rescue. Finally free, she wants nothing more than to return to her home. To reconnect with her human family and live a simple, quiet life. But her newfound powers demand an entirely different future. One fraught with danger and a terrifying role in an ancient Myren prophecy.
A battle-hardened warrior and sworn bodyguard to the king, Ludan Forte wields a powerful, memory stealing gift. But his skill comes with a price. A torturous burden he’s hidden since his awakening over a hundred years ago. He never dreamed he’d find relief, let alone be tempted to forgo his vows to the king. Yet in Brenna’s sweet beguiling presence, the weight he bears is lifted. And when her role in the prophecy threatens her life, he’ll stop at nothing to keep her safe.
This is the final book in the Eden Series.
A native Oklahoman with two beautiful girls and a fantastic husband, her resume reflects her passion for new experiences. Since graduating with a Bachelors in Radio, Television, and Film at Oklahoma State, she’s racked up positions ranging from on-air radio talent, skip tracer, and promotions director, to real estate agent, project manager, and business analyst.
Like most women, she’s got obligations stacked tight from dusk to dawn. That’s where the romance comes in. Reading, or writing, romance has been her happy place since she cracked the spine on her first Christine Feehan book years ago. Nothing thrills her more than the fantasy of new, exciting worlds, and strong, intuitive men who’ll fight to keep the women they want.
Whether it’s contemporary, paranormal, or fantasy you’re after, Rhenna’s stories pack romantic escape for the women who need it.
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Please welcome Ludan from Rhenna Morgan's Eden’s Deliverance to Diane’s Book Blog.
What is your full name? Do you have a nickname?
My name is Ludan Forte, sworn somo, or what humans would call bodyguard, to the king.
What is your hair color? Eye color?
If you see me, the last thing you’ll be thinking about is the color of my hair or eyes. More like how fast you can turn and run the opposite direction. That said, my mate tells me I should be cooperative and play nice, so I’ll say that my hair is dark enough to blend with the night and my eyes pale blue.
How old are you?
Where were you born? Where have you lived since then? Where do you currently call home?
I was born in Eden in the region called Havilah. Since my swearing in, the king’s castle has been my home. Or at least it was until Brenna saved us all. Now, we spend time in both Eden and the human realm--though you’ll have to read our story to figure out why.
What is in your refrigerator right now? On your bedroom floor?
As we’re in Eden today, there’s no refrigerator to look inside. Myrens don’t live with electricity as humans do. As to what’s on the floor…my mate’s clothes, which is exactly where I prefer them.
Who are the people you are closest to?
Brenna, my father, and the Shantos family.
What is your biggest fear?
Once, I feared madness. That the voices in my head would drive me insane or push to me acts that made me wish I was dead. Now that I have Brenna, my only fear is losing her.
What or who is the greatest love of your life?
There will never be anyone for me but Brenna.
Which living person do you most despise?
Maxis Steysis and his wife, Serena. If the Great One would allow it, I’d resurrect them both on a nightly basis and spend each day doling out a slow and torturous death.
What is your greatest regret?
The poor decisions of my youth. Had I honored my responsibilities, my mother would still be alive. Never again will I put my own needs in front of those I love.