One of my favorite authors, Shelly Crane, just recently released a new teaser for the upcoming book in the Significance series(one of my all time favorites), Undeniably Fated. And because I love any and all teasers related to my favorite books, I thought I'd share it with you guys as well. Enjoy! :)
Title: Undeniably Fated (Significance #6)
Author: Shelly Crane
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Age Group: YA
Publication Date: TBD
Ember’s life has been a series of events leading her to just one fated moment. The one moment she’s waited for her entire life, when she can finally find the one she’s supposed to be with and feel his touch buzz along her skin. But when tragedy comes, there’s no one to blame and no one to save her, not even her significant.
Or maybe the impossible will become possible.
With hostilities brewing at the reunification, and Seth's trial on the horizon, the clan's begin to wonder if a peaceful end can be reached. And if everyone will make it out in one piece.
“That’s not what I meant. I didn’t mean what I looked like and neither did you.”
I flew back around, ready to let her have it again. Fighting with Ember was just as fun as anything else we did. But what I saw when I turned made me stop, made me grip my hair painfully, made me question what I’d been thinking and doing, and what I planned to do from here on out.
“Ember,” I groaned and took her tear-streaked face in between my hands. Her eyes closed, but I needed to see those baby blues. “Open your eyes. Look at me.” She did, with a little huff, in true Ember fashion. “You’re breaking my heart, sweetheart. I haven’t seen you cry since that first day. And back then, it was definitely justified.”
She rolled her eyes. “And right now it’s not justified?”
“Ember.” Her eyes met mine again. “Shut up.” She knew exactly what I was doing and as I continued to stare, her eyes began to water again. I swept my thumbs underneath them to wipe it away. “I’m so sorry.” I thought about Bridget. I remembered it all so she could see. “I shouldn’t have taken out old wounds on you. You’re not anything like her, or anybody else for that matter. You’re amazing and special and…” I shook my head. “I don’t want to think about what would have happened if I hadn’t met you.” I closed my eyes and let my head fall to hers. I heard her sniff. “Ember, you’re so beautiful on the inside and that makes you gorgeous outside, too. I never thought you couldn’t handle him; I was just worried about those parts of my life colliding again, that’s all. Last time, it didn’t make it seven minutes before it crashed and burned.”
I pulled back and saw her blue eyes surrounded by red. I caused this. Man, I could be such a pain in my own ass sometimes.
I leaned forward and kissed a tear from the apple of her cheek. She tightened her arms on my waist and sighed, her breath hitting my neck, before she eased one of her hands up my chest to the back of my neck. “It’s okay,” she whispered. “It’s your family. You can decide when to introduce me. Or not.” She looked at her hand on my neck and moved her fingers a little. “I wasn’t trying to intrude; I just wanted to—”
“Don’t ever say that again.” I pulled back on the gruffness, but she didn’t seem fazed by it. She knew me better than I ever imagined she could. “You’re not intruding, Ember. You are my family. I am such a jackass,” I hissed that last part in understanding. “I’m so sorry, sweetheart. Please forgive me for ever making you think you weren’t my family for even a second. You are, you have been ever since you locked eyes on me, and you will be until the day I stop dragging in breath.”