The Lover (Scarlet Night Prequel)

The Lover (Scarlet Night Prequel)

by Megan J. Parker

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Serena’s life hasn’t been easy...

And lately, mourning is all she finds herself capable of.
As the memories of her past continue to drift through her mind, she must face one fact:

Devon is dead.

His ghost is the only thing left to haunt her and a constant reminder of the tragic fate that sealed them those several months ago.

With all this tragedy, Serena has to wonder what there is on the horizon.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016647654
Publisher: Tiger Dynasty Publishing
Publication date: 04/06/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 566,481
File size: 63 KB

About the Author

Megan J. Parker lives in upstate New York in a small town that no one can spell or pronounce. She is normally found either hanging in her home with her fiancée, Nathan, and two evil cats that believe they are the kings of the house, or on campus at the local college sitting in the art rooms with her face plastered to the Mac-lab computers.

On her down time, she likes reading and designing new logos and videos. Her passion for telling stories is portrayed in all her work and when there's a story to tell, you can be sure she'll tell it to its full extent. She aspires to own her own design company and work in a studio where she can edit and write to her heart's content.

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The Lover (Scarlet Night Prequel) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unlike the other prequel, The Fighter-which is Zane's story, I definitely do recommend reading this story before reading the full length book, Scarlet Night. This short novelette tells Serena and Devon's story, which helps you to understand their attachment throughout Scarlet Night. It was tragically beautiful and I am really glad to have read this story of love, loss, and the promise of eternity. Beautifully done!
JoyceHays More than 1 year ago
Of course I had to do things backwards and read Scarlet Night first. But it's all good. Seriously. The Lover, as the title indicates is a prequel to Scarlet Night. This is a very brief story introduces us to Serena and Devon and explains how he became a ghost. The story is sweet, intense, sad, and painful. A lot gets packed into ten pages. In spite of the low page count, I'm glad I bought the book. Having their history helps me to better understand Devon's part in Scarlet Night. You really can't do much in ten pages, but Parker was still able to infuse them with the intense feelings of a love cut short and remembered by the one left behind. A poignant story I wish I'd read first.