A New Day at MidnightA New Day at Midnight by Michelle Hiscox

Author Country: Alberta, Canada

Pages: 266

Chosen by the community to be published at 4.5 stars. Buy it on Bookkus StoreAmazon, Kobo, Barnes and Noble (Nook). Available almost everywhere.

A New Day at Midnight to Goodreads

Dream Caster (Dream Cycle, #1)

Published:  March 20th, 2015.

 

Synopsis of A New Day at Midnight

When Merik Hearne finally lays claim to the woman that betrayed him, she inspires much more than his need for revenge—but is her love worth dying for again?
Condemned to play host to a demon, scarred Romani leader Merik Hearne has amassed a fortune with only one goal in mind—to possess Hannah Worthington, the traitorous beauty that has eluded him for over a decade. With an exchange of coin, everything he has been striving for is within reach but nothing is as he imagined. The tender, sharp-tongued woman he encounters tests the bounds of his convictions and he is torn between the promise of reckoning and longing for a love that once destroyed him.
Exchanged for a purse of gold and informed she is to be a slave, Hannah vows she has not survived a lifetime of loss only to whither under the likes of Merik Hearne. And she will do everything she can to make sure he knows it. Despite his overbearing manner, his fierce scars, and her own determination to escape him, she begins to see that something beautiful might lie beneath…something that belongs only to her. She must discover the angle from which the great lord plays before his dark desires consume them both.

As they struggle to find truth amid pasts marred by sorrow and secrecy, they are unaware that a vengeful apostle orchestrates the rise of a forgotten god—and the end of their chance at a life together.

About the Author

black and white

Michelle Hiscox is a Career Counselor and avid Paranormal Romance fan who hails from Drumheller, Alberta. The dinosaur bones buried in the hills of her hometown inspired the first stories she ever wrote, and she feels blessed to walk those same hills with her daughter today. Crocus flowers and dust bowls full of cactus never fail to inspire.

While her little girl and husband provides many welcome distractions to writing, it’s something she always finds her way back to. Michelle is the proud, and slightly crazy, owner of two dogs and three cats, all rescue animals she loves more than she reasonably should. She’s been reading voraciously since she was a child and, one night, pulled her nose from a book to start writing her own.

Learn more about her website.