My fated mate is the Dark King... but I'm going to kill him.
Apparently, ever since the Upper World banished me, I've spent my lives trying to hide who I am to stop the dark king from finding me. He hunts me in every life and it turns out this one is no different. He claims we are fated mates, but those around me think he is lying and believe he wants to kill me.
Which only gives me one option—kill him first.
To succeed, I have to choose my knights and then I must bind with them, giving me greater powers. But the Dark King surprises me by asking me to use my magic, not hide it and he encourages me. Which is hardly the actions of someone wanting to kill me. Isn’t it?
And things change between us when he saves me, when I touch him, and our connection is impossible to deny and I start to feel the weakening of the spell put on me to not feel him. But I have to resist him, and believe I have the right knights at my side to prevent myself from falling deeper for him. And once I have full power I'm going to use that to my advantage and lure him into a war and kill him.
I have to. I need to. Because if I don’t succeed soon, my live is drawing to the same wicked end, just like every life before now.
But does it matter? Am I already doomed when the Dark King saves my life?
Or is it over when I sacrifice mine?
The Lost Goddess boxed set contains all three books in the series. Titles include Reborn a Queen, Claimed by Kings, and Awakening their Goddess. Approximately, 320,000 words.
The series is a paranormal, fated mates, second chance romance, with a FMC who ends up with multiple love interests. The FMC may take some time to be happy with her knights as she learns and grows. And growing means her knights change along the way.
The series has love-hate themes, jealousy, kidnapping, death, steamy scenes, swearing, and violence throughout the series. Recommended for readers 18+.