Eternally Yours by Anastasia Dangerfield

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When Alexia turns eighteen, she and her best friend Kaia go to the Grand Mecca to accept their jobs and their future mates which were chosen for them by authorities. Just like she's always done, Alexia hides the fact that she can think for herself, and that she hates the authorities have chosen everything for her since she was born.

Alexia's chosen mate happens to be the heart-throb of all the angels in the entire City, Gabriel. Unfortunately, he also happens to be the Overlod's son. This would be any other angel's dream, but not hers. She despises the Overlod's ruling of her entire life and all of her decisions.
It's not until she meets her partner the first day at her job that her entire world is flipped upside down, in the best way possible. Shadow, a demon with deep, dark secrets, stays on her mind constantly.

Alexia's world will never be the same again as she faces death, free-will, and forbidden love.

Secrets. Betrayal. Hope. Pain. Sacrifice. Love.
 

About Anastasia Dangerfield

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Anastasia grew up in a town called Asheville, in the wonderful state of North Carolina. She enjoys living in the mountains but she really loves the beach! She loves to dance, shop, see movies, be with family and friends, and read good romance books.It's hard for her to put down these other really great romance books and write hers because she is so addicted to them.During the day she is a dental assistant and when she gets off work she comes home to her handsome (hehe) husband and two year old daughter.She really appreciates your support of her as a new author and she won't let you down.
 
Published August 14, 2012 166 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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