Niki is a survivor. She has survived loss and abuse. The Okefenokee Swamp provides a sanctuary of peace and security until she finds a lost child with a frightening secret. A child others will kill to possess.Grieving the murders of his brother and sister-in-law, Tristan must find his missing five-year-old niece, Shelby. Each day she remains lost adds to his fear those hunting her will locate her first or humans will discover her Dhampir nature.Tristan tracks Shelby to the Okefenokee Swamp and discovers Shelby in the arms of his fated mate. However, their family reunion is interrupted when the hunters follow Tristen to Shelby. In a run for their lives, Niki goes with Tristan to help protect Shelby. If the ones pursuing them don’t kill her, Niki might lose her heart to a wolf. Can Tristan and Niki survive a clan war and claim the love destine to be theirs?

 

Paranormal Romance/Time Travel/ Werewolves-Shifters   Softcover   319 pages  Book 3  

 

About Author:

 

Born in coastal North Carolina, Georgiana Fields grew up in a military family near Camp Lejeune. Spending her summers on the Atlantic Coast, she developed a love for the ocean, nature, and coastal ghost stories and legends. As a child, she used to love listening to her aunts tell and retell stories and legends surrounding New Bern, N.C. and other coastal towns. 
After marrying her high school sweetheart, she moved to Georgia where she worked for the Red Cross as a medical technologist.
Georgiana currently resides in a suburb north of Atlanta with her husband, two dogs, and two cats.
While she loves nature, horseback riding, and scary movies, she currently spends most of her time writing paranormal romance/suspense.

Crimson Moon - Book 3

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