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Abyssal

Book Three in the Agents of Balance and Chaos Series

Thea makes a living as a psychic, knowing the supernatural world is real, but confident that she would never be a part of it. But when she gets chosen as the next Oracle, she finds herself dropped into a world of myths and legends. 

Donovan is a simple man. All he needs is his flask and something to do. So, when the Guardian Elite starts recruiting Immortals for a special team, Donovan signs on. He soon learns that the job wasn’t as glamorous or bloody as he would have liked. He gets put on mortal-sitting duty, watching a woman named Theodora, who turns out to be the next Oracle. Donovan didn’t want the responsibility of training a new Witch, but when he finds Thea attempting a spell that could cause serious harm, he decides to intervene.

As Thea learns about her powers, and what it means to be an Oracle, she finds herself fighting her attraction to the man teaching her. It was easy at first, because Donovan is a dick. But when things start to heat up between them, Thea’s visions get progressively worse. Between the visions and Donovan’s treatment of her, Thea realizes she’s fighting an uphill battle. She can’t handle both. So, which will she choose? Donovan or the visions of the future?

Trigger Warnings

Abyssal is for mature readers (18+) and contains: 

Graphic violence, Explicit language, Explicit sex, Toxic/Abusive relationships, Unintended grooming (which includes physical, mental, and emotional abuse), Attempted drowning, Dubious consent, Death,  Incorrect BDSM practices (Forced orgasms, orgasm denial, impact play and bondage), Alcohol and drug abuse, Human trafficking/slavery, Cult-like societies, Mental Illness (including paranoid personality disorder/Schizophrenia), Mentions of Suicide, Suicidal Ideation

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