IT’S HERE! Release day has arrived! “The Eve’s End” is now available to purchase at your favourite online retailer, ebook and paperback!
I am actually unbelievably excited for people to start reading this story, there’s so many things about it that I finally don’t have to keep a secret anymore! But, if there’s one group of people I really want to reach with this story, it’s everyone who has ever felt alone. “The Eve’s End” is about so much, but it is so very much about people who feel like they’ve missed their place in this world, who feel alone, or feel like they honestly don’t belong. This book is dedicated to all of you. You must believe that you are never alone, no matter how many vacant seats there are on either side of you.
“The Eve’s End”: There is no turning back.
It’s been twenty-eight years since Fae Peeters came to a little Belgian village for Christmas. Twenty-eight years since she received the Gift and came face to face with Nefas. Fate would ensure that twenty-eight years would not become twenty-nine.
Fae has found a successful life for herself, but she carries with her the secret of a traumatic past no one can understand: the Gift, and Nefas. She fears her past because it could still become her future. . . because Nefas hasn’t stopped haunting her. What does it take to get your life back from someone who stole it from you? Everything.
A mysterious mandate brings Fae back to the Belgian village for Christmas where it all began. It’s a place she swore she’d never return to, but she determines to find reprieve from what—and who—still haunts her.
Unsettling events, however, shatter her plans for finding peace.The ghost of a teenager, who legend said Nefas had killed years earlier, is seen wandering the streets. A young woman who has interests beyond the Christmas festivities knows more than she should, and she seems to have awoken the Gift in a way it hasn’t been since Fae had twenty-eight years earlier. Even many of the local villagers have become ignorant of Nefas’ darkness.
Faced once more with Nefas’ inevitable call, Fae will be forced to discover the courage to exorcise her past once and for all by surviving one more Christmas Eve with the Gift and with Nefas. He has had twenty-eight years to make sure Fae doesn’t escape him again, and his ambitions have grown beyond the village walls.