Eternal Eden (Eden Trilogy Book 1)
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College sophomore Bryn Dawson is a self-proclaimed poster child for normal. However, the day William Hayward enters her life, normalcy is the last thing Bryn will be able to count on if she wants to be with him. Too mysterious and appealing to be good for a girl, Bryn feels drawn to him in a way that seems out of her control—as if fate is orchestrating it.
Despite every red flag and warning siren going off in her head telling her not to, Bryn falls hard for William, knowing he’s categorically different from anyone she’s ever met. She never imagined how right she was. When William takes her deeper into the rabbit hole of his world, Bryn must decide just how much she is willing to sacrifice to be with him, knowing no matter what, fate always finds a way to have the last laugh.
Spinning a new twist on star-crossed lovers, Eternal Eden will put Bryn through a gauntlet of turmoil, challenging her to find the power within herself to become the heroine in her own story.
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insignificant since I’m with you again.” “I know just what you mean,” he confessed. “Everything else pales in comparison and feels inconsequential now that I’ve found you.” The warmth in his voice drew my face from its faked distraction and I scooted across the seat towards him. I tucked into the crook of his arm as he wound it around me, trying not to think about what I’d gotten myself into. "We must be quick and quiet. It wouldn’t be prudent for someone to see us together right
raising her hand to her mouth. “Isn’t he drop-dead? I think I could get used to this Immortal thing,” she whispered. Before I could respond, William was jogging back with a couple of books in hand. I gave a quick nod to appease the cute, pep-squad-type girl beside me before I turned my head back to the front of the room, trying to stifle the jealousy swirling in my stomach. Not that I could disagree with her—drop-dead didn’t even begin to describe him—but I didn’t like the way it sounded being
face. “And the light-bulb went on.” He clucked the side of his mouth, making a popping noise. “What the hell are you talking about, Chris?” Annabelle asked impatiently, tossing her hair with less fanfare than she had for our professor. “Our golden boy of a professor immortalized Bryn . . . on his own.” Annabelle’s eyes widened. “On his own?” she repeated softly. “But he should have died—” “Except he didn’t. It appears he’s the most capable Giver John’s seen. Not that the good professor knew
than a little nervous to voice the plan that had taken shape in my head last night. I already knew how adamantly against it William would be and Patrick would probably just laugh and call it ridiculous. I also knew it probably wasn’t the best plan and if it backfired, it would be extremely dangerous for all parties involved, but it was all we had . . . and with that knowledge, I proceeded. “Paul is already convinced that I’m alive and there’s little either one of you could say to convince him
the four brothers had disappeared. I wanted—more like I needed—to be in his arms right now. To be convinced of his love for me and assured that his decades of devotion to some nameless woman didn’t matter to him anymore. That the scars she’d left behind no longer held sway in his life since I’d entered it. I needed him to whisper those three words I thought would sound so insignificant next to the way I felt for him into my ear, over and over again . . . for at least ten years. “It was following