Grave Destiny

Grave Destiny

by Brynn Paulin

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Overview

Zora's new house has a little problem. The original owner never left...died...whatever. He's still claiming ownership of the mansion. Now, he says Zora is his, too.

It's been a bad two centuries. First, Bram was cursed to a half-life within the walls of his own estate. It hasn't been lonely. His household staff was bewitched along with him--and that might be worse than being "almost dead." Now, the descendant of his grave enemy has been given the home--Bram's home. Not happening! Enough! Unacceptable!

He wants his mansion back. He wants his life back. And once he sees Zora, he wants the woman, too. Unfortunately, the only way Zora can fully belong to Bram is to be cursed to a half-life, too. Even more unacceptable!

But better a half-life than the other choice before them: Zora can sacrifice herself and Bram will be free. Totally unacceptable!

Decisions, decisions... What's a ghost to do? The answer is clear to Bram. No. Way. In...Hades.

But...his woman...she has other ideas.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161572436
Publisher: Supernova Indie Publishing Services LLC
Publication date: 10/19/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 406,876
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

When it comes to books and movies, Brynn Paulin has one rule: there must be a happy ending. After that one requirement, anything else goes. And it just might in any of her books.

Brynn lives in Michigan, where she likes to spoil her children and dogs—not necessarily in that order. She also loves to cook, travel and spend far too much time on social media. Brynn conducts workshops at writers’ conferences around the country as she enjoys mentoring and meeting new people.

According to Brynn, her writing success can be attributed to an eclectic collection of music, her local road construction crews, a trusty notebook, and of course, the people in her life who’ve finally accepted that everything is research—or will be.

You can find Brynn at www.brynnpaulin.com.

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