Soul Bound

Brotherhood of Shadows Book 2

by Cathryn Marr

Brokenoggin Books, LLC

Paranormal Romance: Sensual

May 1, 2024

Available in: e-Book, Trade Size

Soul Bound
by Cathryn Marr

Release date is tentative.

She doesn't remember ever loving him; he can't remember ever not loving her...

Brotherhood of Shadows director Jinx Falken has lived forever---and loved the Brotherhood's only female member, mercenary warrior Solaya Lawton, for almost that long. But Solaya remembers nothing about having loved Falkenshe's died and been reborn enough times that her memories, if not her brains, are scrambled.

When the mother of an extraordinary newborn is kidnapped, Falken retrieves the child and returns with it to San Francisco. In a desperate attempt to prevent the infant from being found again and hoping to jog Solaya's muddled memory---not only about who she once was, but who they were together---he brings the baby to her. Which leads to the two least likely babysitters on earth teaming up to give memory, foster parenting, and evil a run for the money.

Despite her reluctance over having to learn to mollify a newborn's every need, Solaya is first, last, and always a protective she-bear willing to die for the helpless and defenseless. Too late Falken realizes that he's once again played into Fate's hands and led Solaya along a path that will bring her to a certain---and this time permanent---death unless he finds a way to derail destiny and keep Solaya safe forever.

Cathryn Marr's Bio

Cathryn Marr is the pseudonym for the writing team of Terese Ramin and Dawn Johanson. Terese Ramin is the award winning, bestselling author of ten romance and romantic suspense novels, numerous short stories, and the creator/editor/author of the charitable collaboration Bewitched, Bothered & BeVampyred. She co-wrote the medical-legal thriller The Whistleblower’s Daughter with David Wind. Her autobiographical essay, “Two-Puppy Theory”, is included in the anthology The Sound and the Furry, sales of which benefit the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Aside from writing, Terese has worked as an editor, a ghost writer, a book doctor, and a paranormal investigator. She resides in Michigan with her husband and (usually) four dogs.

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Dawn Johanson worked as a counseling psychologist in both the private and public sectors for 25 years. Dawn’s years of working with exceptional children led her on an unexpected and thought-provoking journey exploring the phenomenon parapsychologists refer to as the new generation of psychic children, often called the Indigo, Crystal, and Rainbow children. Thousands of websites and numerous non-fiction books later and all with fascinating information regarding these unique children finally coalesced into story ideas for the fictional Brotherhood of Shadows series. Dawn has always been fascinated by labyrinths and is a member of the International Labyrinth Society. Number one on her bucket list is ‘walking’ as many world labyrinths as she can. When she’s not working with her writing partner, Terese Ramin, on their paranormal romantic suspense series, Brotherhood of Shadows, Dawn can be found playing with her grandkids and working on her labyrinth designs. Dawn lives with her husband and two dogs in northern California where she’s inspired daily by the magic of the redwoods and power of the Pacific Ocean.