H.U.M.A.N.S: The Veiled World: Chronicle 1: Supernatural Selection

My brother Cole and I are twin Hybrid Hunters. We’ve lived among human beings for so long that we, as well as the Elementals that have become like family, have almost forgotten that we aren’t. I had to learn quickly that even in a perfect world, the hunter becoming the hunted confirms that every being has something to fear—even the deadly Nocturna.
And that Hunter... is Me. More

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About Susan Reid

The Divinity Saga came about from a recurring dream. From the start, the character of Starling came to fruition. At first, Divinity the Gathering was meant to be just one book but I couldn’t see how both Starling and Cam`ael’s story would be complete in just one. I don’t have any impressive accolades or awards to mention as far as my writing history goes though I have been writing for many, many years. I love to write and I’m thrilled to know that people are reading it and even more so, liking what they are reading. This is the first time I’ve decided to finally try my hand at publishing something. Though I dabble in many genres I gravitate more towards urban fantasy and paranormal. In my spare time, books replace television and I love reading horror. I love trying new things and since I love to cook and bake, much of that creative energy ends up on the dinner table, whether it be a meal or dessert. I reside in Texas and work in Law Enforcement to supplement both my writing and reading habit. I do respond to and love to stay engaged with potential readers and fans, so feel free to drop in a hello or a quick message to me anytime on Goodreads or on The Divinity Saga Facebook page. Would love to meet all of you! In my down time, I love making jewelry, practicing martial arts with my son, and being the guinea pig for my aspiring Esthetician daughter!

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