Title: Stealing Ula (A Fada Shapeshifter Prequel)
Author: Rebecca Rivard
Published Date: December 6th 2016
Genre: Paranormal Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
The exciting prequel to a sexy new paranormal romance series from Rebecca Rivard, EPIC Awards Finalist for Best Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
The silver-eyed shifter from Portugal was up to something…
She’s an Irish Seer…
Irish shifter Ula has the Gift of Sight—but it’s more a curse than a blessing. Her erratic glimpses of the future have made her an outsider in her own clan, so she’s learned to keep her Gift locked away. But when a hard-eyed shifter from Portugal seeks lodging with her clan, her every instinct screams that he’s up to something—and she’s just the woman to discover what.
He’s a mercenary with a dark secret…
Nisio is a mercenary in Ireland on a covert job for the fae. The last thing he needs is to get entangled with a local, especially the daughter of a powerful alpha. He resolves to stay far away from Ula—no matter how much both he and his animal want the sexy Irishwoman.
But when things go very wrong, Ula and Nisio find themselves running for their lives from a powerful fae. Only Ula’s Sight can save them—but will the two of them find the key to unlocking her Gift in time?
“I devoured this book…”
“Rivard delivers another amazing story filled with fantastic mythological creatures and characters, a heart-touching love story that has you rooting for the couple, and an interesting storyline…”
Stealing Ula is a full-length paranormal romance novel, free of cliffhangers, with an HEA. For readers 18+ only.
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