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Rebirth (Awakened Fate #6) - Paperback Edition

Rebirth (Awakened Fate #6) - Paperback Edition

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One summer later…

Ari Moreau knows all about mermaids, but they’ve never heard of people like her. Hidden in plain sight, the wizards of the ancient world still thrive, rich and privileged and far from the ocean magic that could kill them all.

But when an evening party turns into a bloody ambush, Ari’s hidden world is shattered. Assassins from an underwater kingdom have come to kill her people and only the last-minute intervention of a mysterious guy with inexplicable powers saves her life.

Two worlds are about to collide…

But the guy who rescued her shouldn’t exist. He’s impossible in every sense of the word. And the truth of his identity means that nothing in Ari’s life will ever be the same again.

The Awakened Fate Series (now complete!)

#1 - Awaken

#2 - Descend

#3 - Return

#3.5 - Abide: An Awakened Fate Novella

#4 - Arise

#5 - Become

#6 - Rebirth

#7 - Memory

#8 - Defiance

#9 - Destiny

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The last of my magic poured out.

I staggered, my legs weakening, and I dropped to my knees on the rocks. That much energy leaving all at once… it made me feel like a dying man in the Sahara.

The ground rumbled again, more magic tearing through it in waves, originating from closer to the mansion. Hope rose in me. The ruanir were alive. They were fighting back.

A wind kicked up, throwing sand and grit into the air, obscuring everything. Dehaian figures tumbled to the ground, knocked over by the gusts. Others skidded to a stop, looking around frantically; all I could see were their silhouettes and their bloodied spikes in the hazy light from the gazebo. For a moment, the dehaians seemed to debate whether to continue chasing down my people, and then one of them shouted something in a language I’d never heard. As a group, they turned and ran for the water.

Straight toward me.

I gasped, struggling to reach my feet. The dehaians charged at me. I saw the closest take aim with something that looked like a gun.

A cold hand grabbed my arm and yanked me out of the way. A brown pod struck the place where I’d been. Vines exploded over the ground.

“Run!” the blond guy yelled.

Releasing my arm, he shoved me ahead of him. We took off across the rocks.

The dehaians shouted behind us. I threw a glance back to see half a dozen of them break away from the main group and race after us.

They were so fast.

I stifled a panicked cry. My legs felt thick from the expenditure of magic and I couldn’t summon more energy no matter how hard I tried. The sand dragged at my sandals, making me struggle like I had weights attached to my feet.

The boy swore, desperately, vehemently.

Something hit me from behind. The beach disappeared and the night did too. The world became a blanket of fog and a sense of motion surrounded me, like suddenly I was moving with impossible speed.

And it hurt. All of it hurt. Every inch of my skin felt like it was burning.

I shrieked.

The sense of motion shifted instantly. The fog vanished.

I tumbled to the ground, choking on pain even more than shock. I felt like my skin was boiling on my body. I wanted to scream.

I couldn’t even breathe.

The agony began to fade. I opened my eyes and looked down at my arms, terrified of what I’d find.

My skin looked normal. Untouched. And meanwhile, the excruciating pain was disappearing like it’d never happened.

But my ring was destroyed. A blackened hole was all that was left of the gemstone in its setting.

I stared. Magic. That’d been magic. An ungodly amount of it that, from the way it’d hurt, had to have been from the ocean.

My eyes caught on the scrub grass beneath my hands, and the pale sand as well. My heart pounding, I lifted my gaze. Nothing around me looked like Judge Engle’s property. It didn’t look like anywhere I remembered seeing at all.

Definitely ocean magic.

I shivered, fear running through me. I was okay, though. I wouldn’t have absorbed any of it. I just wouldn’t have. And my ring had probably been destroyed in the fight and I simply hadn’t noticed. But meanwhile, I was on a beach that wasn’t a thing like the one in Maine. Dunes topped by pale grass shone in the moonlight. The clouds were gone. Even the air was ever-so-slightly warmer than it had been.

The blond guy stood about ten feet away, watching me. “Are you alright?”

His voice was tense. Guarded. He seemed on the edge of leaving.

And he’d brought me here. I wasn’t stupid. If it’d been anything else, he’d seem shocked. Or at least he’d be looking around.

He wasn’t taking his eyes off me.

My shivering grew stronger. “What are you?”


  • Forbidden love
  • Touch her and die
  • Ride-or-die friends
  • Hidden magical world
  • Hurt/comfort
  • Forced proximity

WARNING: Contains a story you can't put down. Once you start reading, you won't want to stop.

Additional Information


  • Signed paperback
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  • Signed casebound hardcover
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NOTE: Casebound hardcovers do not come with a dust jacket. The cover image is printed directly on the hardback surface.

Genre: Young adult mermaid paranormal romance


  • Swearing
  • Violence (PG-13)
  • Kidnapping
  • Physical peril

Heat level:

  • Mild (kissing, etc.)

Page count: 248

Print book dimensions: 5.5 in x 8.5 in

Series status: Complete

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