1. Twisted Sixteen-year-old Aden Stone has had a hell of a week. He is been: Tortured by indignant witches. Hypnotized by a vengeful fairy. Spied on by the most powerful vampire in existence. And, oh, yeah, killed–twice. His vampire girlfriend might have brought him back to life, but He is never felt more out of keep an eye on. 2. Playing with Fire “New York Times” bestselling creator Gena Showalter brings fans a dark and dangerous heroine with a twist! Twenty-four-year-old barista Belle Jamison dreams of a higher job and a decent love life. Until a crazy scientist spikes her mocha latte! Abruptly Belle can wield the four elements – earth, wind, fire and water – with just a thought. Coffee too hot? No problem. Hair in need of a blow-dry? Done! Gorgeous government agent Rome Masters has been sent to neutralise Belle. 3. Intertwined Aden’s image was once burned into her mind. He had black hair with inch-long blond roots. A face as perfect as the Grecian statues she’d seen in her world history textbook, even with the grime. For the briefest of moments, when a beam of sunlight had hit him, she could have sworn his eyes were striped with green, brown, blue and gold. But then the ray had disappeared and the colours melted into every other, leaving only an intense black. The colours didn’t matter, though. Those eyes were feral, wild, and she’d felt that undeniable shock that had ended as quickly as it had begun. 4. Unravelled Victoria s teeth sank into Aden s vein, sharp and insistent There was once no pain. Her lips, tongue, teeth, something produced a drug that numbed his skin before slithering through his body and fuzzing his brain. Heating him up…making him crave. So good, she whispered. So With a groan, she jerked away from him. Dangerous. His eyes opened to half-mast, and he realised he was once no longer outdoor. He d never taken a step, but his location had changed. Four walls now surrounded him. They were painted white.