Acceptance (Annika Pierce Book 2)
After the Paris incident, Annika and Boston went back to New Hampshire, without Kat’s men in tow. Several months later, she’s faced with a hard decision.
My name is Annika Pierce, and though I’m not exactly special—I’m not vampire, or hybrid, or necromancer, or even witch—but I am me, and I had to make a decision not a few months after leaving Paris in tears.
I chose to let Kat’s men back into our lives, on a trial basis, which is thrown askew when I nearly die. How effed up is that? I finally get everyone back and I’m almost killed off before my life can really begin.
A new skill, or gift, emerges, bringing me in direct line with Kat’s, which, let me tell you, wasn’t all it was cracked up to be, but I did learn that she was a far better queen than I had expected her to be. She truly did care about her people, and that brought her up a little, a smidge, in my eyes.
There are seven parts to this chapter in my life, roughly 200,000 words are used to describe what happened after Paris, what happened when I almost died, and how I got a gift, one that changed the scope of life for me and those around me.
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