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Shannon’s little boy Daniel has disturbing psychic powers. He talks to the wind—and it listens. All Shannon wants is a normal life. She wants to forget the cult of the Windwalker, a dark god from another dimension, and the terrifying night when her child was conceived.

But her first love, Nathan, son of the cult leader, contacts her for the first time since that horrific ceremony. He claims his father is stalking Shannon and Daniel.

Whose child is Daniel…Nathan’s or the Windwalker’s? Is her son fully human, or the spawn of a dark god from another realm? Are Daniel’s powers and Shannon’s surrealistic memories of the night of his conception fact or delusion? Nathan’s father plans to use Daniel to open a gate between dimensions and unleash chaos on the world. But Shannon wonders if Nathan is on her and Daniel’s side, or does his loyalty lay with his ruthless and demented father?

To save her child and become reconciled with her first love, Shannon fears she has no choice but to embrace the strange powers and paranormal realm she had rejected…

When Vicki takes in a stray Saint Bernard, she has no way of knowing he is really a man under a dark spell.

Stefan Rigatos was changed into a dog by a vengeful witch bent on teaching him a lesson about casually seducing women. Despite the curse, he finds affection he’s never experienced before — as Vicki’s temporary pet. But, for a few hours each night, Stefan reverts to human form and sets out to seduce Vicki. During their nights of passion and days of discovery, he develops deeper feelings for her.

Meanwhile, the witch who cursed him wants him back under her control, threatening to destroy Stefan and his new-found capacity for love.

Liriel and Bertrice are sent to find the Duke’s missing son. They soon discover that not only is he missing, but an entire village is as well.

“I liked the concept of this story, as well as the juxtaposition between the paradise-like existence in the town and its too-perfect, menacing undercurrents.”–Elizabeth A. Allen, The Fix