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How far would you go to protect those you love?
He buried his father seven years earlier. As Rainer Lawson comes of age, he is set to join the ranks of Elite Iodex, the fiercest law enforcement organization in the Gifted Realm. Rainer will not allow his father’s assassination to have been in vain.
Emily Haydenshire has been the love of his life since childhood, and he wants nothing more than to start their life together. Heady desire consumes them both, but this raw sexual need could blind them to the dangers that surround them.
As they allow their voracious passions to consume them, evil seems to lurk around every darkened corner. The Interfeci criminal organization is desperate to regain power. Iodex is set to use their extraordinary powers to harness and control the energies of the Earth in order to keep the Interfeci at bay. Will Rainer’s determination be enough to protect his family and the love of his life Within the Realm?
Rainer and Emily stood in the doorway and watched. Logan was only an average healer; his Predilection was as a protector. His energy was to stop anything that tried to hurt others, and to prevent terrible things from occurring. It wasn’t to heal them once they’d already happened. Had Logan been with Adeline when she’d walked into the apartment, Rainer doubted that whomever had done this would have survived Logan’s shield cast.
“Look at me, sweetheart.” Logan soothed Adeline. She drew a staggered breath and lifted her head off of his shoulder and gazed into his eyes. Her tears continued to pour. Logan closed his eyes momentarily, and Rainer watched a powerful blue light glow from Logan’s hand. He tenderly touched her wrist.
“Feel me Ad,” he urged. “Come on baby, it’s me, let me in. Just let me heal you.” He pled, and Rainer and Emily watched as Adeline relaxed. Her body went limp as he healed her wrist.
To Rainer’s shock, Logan didn’t have to stop to reset the energy as he moved to her face. The light in his hand seemed to somehow glow brighter.
Mrs. Haydenshire looked at her son adoringly, as she sobbed. Emily began to cry in earnest as Rainer held her to him.
They watched the swollen purple and blue markings that had marred Adeline’s delicate face begin to disappear.
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