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About Hidden Nature
And now Elf. Just how many different roles can I play?
The mission the Organization sent me on to atone for failing the last one turned out to be a trap. The whole thing had been a set up in the hopes of selling me off in an auction run by the Dark Ring. What I don’t know is who was behind setting the trap. The more I learn, the more I come to discover that the world I thought I knew is all lies.
Unsure of who to trust, I lean on the men who found their way into my heart and refuse to leave. My mates are learning their new roles as I’m learning to control my magic. My Guide, and newest mate, is an elf and the only one who can teach me what it means to have this new power. Unfortunately if anyone learns what I’m truly capable of, I’ll become an even bigger target than I already am.
As we try to figure out our next move it becomes clear that the more we dig, the more we uncover, and none of it is good.
Is our current way of life worth saving, or is it better to tear it all down and start again? Are there even people out there worthy to lead the supernatural world? How did these questions and their outcome fall on my shoulders?
Together the eight of us will fight to protect what’s ours no matter what we uncover or whose lives we have to take in the process.
Book 2 of the Omega Assassin Series
This is a reverse harem which means that the lady does not choose between her men—she gets them all. The main character is an assassin and does kill people throughout this book. This is a fast burn series with possessive alphas and an omega with a little something more. Hidden Nature is an 18+ book that has strong language, sexual situations, and physical violence that ends on a cliffhanger.
Meet Elizabeth Knight
Elizabeth is originally from Illinois but is now living in the sunny Phoenix AZ. Though she is newer to publishing, Elizabeth has been writing for nine years. She started out in YA Fiction but recently found herself loving the Reverse Harem genre. Like her favorite books, Elizabeth loves to write strong women of all varieties. Not all strength is flashy or apparent at first glance—some lies just under the surface.