Here we are. We’ve reached the last part of the trilogy.
It’s a special moment for me, because it’s been years since I had first come up with the idea of these stories—the individual ones and the overarching plot that spans all three books. I knew from the very start that I wanted to release them all close together, because I didn’t want to leave you hanging for too long between them. And now it’s done! The last book is out and the complete story is out there for everyone to read.
I did my best. I hope you enjoy the ride.
A REVOLUTION. A BETRAYAL. AND ABOVE ALL, LOVE.
If you want to read the full summary, you can find it HERE, but be aware that it contains huge spoilers and shouldn’t be read before reading the first two books.
Daryan’s dream had always been to have a romantic bond with his companion. He’d seen it as the best possible option. But when he arrived at the Academy a week before the searching ceremony, he met a dragon who made him feel things he shouldn’t, not now. Not when Daryan was still hoping his companion would be the one for him in every way.
Aderys was happy and settled in his own platonic bond, so when he met Daryan, he had none of his doubts. He was ready, but Daryan wasn’t, so Aderys focused on something else—the spark of a revolution that was going to change Teranea forever, one way or another.
When the pull became too strong—both towards each other and towards the whirlwind of change—Daryan and Aderys would need to decide what they were going to fight for and what they were willing to let go.
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At some point, I’ll probably write a longer post about finishing this series, my first ever series, but I think I need some more distance before I can be more or less coherent about it. For now, I’ll leave you with the last book. I hope you enjoyed the journey with these guys! If so, please review and spread the word, I’d love if more readers got to know them.
Years ago, one of them swore off politics, the other swore off DC. Now, they’re both coming back.
Jake Wilkinson escaped the country for a chance to be someone other than the president’s son. He burned his bridges and broke his own heart, but he felt like he had no choice. It’s been eleven years, though, and he can’t say no to the Smithsonian job offer, so he comes back to DC to start a new life…
…only to stumble into the old one.
Troy Abbot once thought all his dreams had come true, but then the reality wore him down. He made peace with it, somehow, but when he hears Jake is back in town, everything changes.
Can they fix their old mistakes and start something new or should they just stay away from each other for good?
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The time has come! The next book in Harrington Hills is here, and we can all go back to the comfort of Harrington Pack.
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Patrick Donnelly was cast out from his pack after admitting to his father—his Alpha—that he is gay. Now he’s trying to start over in Harrington Hills, but he’s struggling, not only with the new power balance but also with his own demons.
Ollie Tomilson had gotten used to being the odd one out—a kid in the system, a lone human in the werewolf pack and a man who is always just temporarily visiting in a town where people put down deep roots.
While Patrick and Ollie seem different in many ways, what unites them is that neither fits into the Harrington Hills mold. But maybe—just maybe—they can find what they are searching for in each other.