Kait Nolan's Mirus series is set in a paranormal world unlike any you've visited before—inventive new mythology full of fast-paced action, dark dangers, sparkling magic, and sizzling, undeniable attraction.
Paranormal beings exist, among us, around us. Their strictest rule: keep the secret.
Forsaken by Shadow
When Embry’s father is kidnapped by human scientists and the Council of Races makes a firm decision of non-intervention, enforcer Embry Hollister must turn her back on her job and her government to go rogue and seek the help of the one great love from her past. Banished from her world years ago, his memory wiped, Cade Shepherd has a new name, a new life, and no knowledge her kind exist. Can he relearn the Shadow Walker skills he learned from her father? And, if they survive, will Embry be able to walk away again?
Trouble. That’s what wolf-shifter Mick thinks when a beautiful woman appears in his New Orleans bar with a hurricane at her back. His first impression is confirmed when Sophie starts asking questions about his missing waitress, Liza. Mick will do anything to rescue a member of the pack he’s made for himself, including forming an unlikely alliance with a woman with a badge.
Isla’s ability as a Seer has made her a life-long captive of a paranormal crime lord. Fae assassin, Ransom, offers her a chance at escape, but when she touches his hand she sees only blood, horror, and apocalypse. What reason can Ransom have for wanting to rescue her, and can she possibly trust a man who deals in death?
Three novellas of danger and sizzling, magical attraction.
Genesis…it’s only the beginning
Sharon Gerlach on Amazon wrote:
Kait Nolan was one of the very first independent authors I read and I have remained an avid fan over the last year. I discovered Forsaken By Shadow when she released it, chapter by chapter on a weekly basis, for free on her website, and was very sad that I couldn't buy the novella as it was only available in e-format. I fell in love with Cade, and shed tears for Embry because she loved him so much and couldn't have him.
When I found out my new iPod Touch enabled me to read books, Nolan's Forsaken by Shadow and the next story in the series, Devil's Eye, were two of the very first books I bought. Mick soon vied with Cade for my affections, but he was obviously all wrapped up in someone else, so I made sure not to interfere. I also pounced on Blindsight as soon as it came out and, oh, that Ransom!
Being able to get all three stories in one volume, and such a pretty one at that, is just fantastic. I anticipate many long winter evenings to come as I snuggle down with a blanket and some hot chocolate to renew my acquaintance with the Mirus. These magical characters introduced me to Nolan's writing and I have never regretted it.
Kait Nolan drops her readers right into the middle of the action and leaves them breathless to the final word. These stories serve as a great introduction to Nolan's Mirus world - a paranormal culture existing, mostly hidden, alongside our own and rife with politics and government control. A huge plus for me is that Nolan's romantic element in her work isn't hearts & flowers & mushy sentimental goo; the males are captivated by the females strength and courage, and the females approach their finer emotions with pragmatism and sometimes resignation. Nolan has plenty of talent and witty voice, and I look forward to the day when I finally have the first full-length Mirus novel in my hands.