More than Life has been a real labor (emphasis on the labor) of love. I’m so happy to finally see it lifted to the light of day. It has taken this series into a new and exciting direction…plus it stars Raife and who couldn’t love that?
More Than Life
The last thing Katya Schaffer saw before waking up a subject in a genetics lab was Raife’s face. So when he suddenly shows up in her cell a year later to save her, she doesn’t trust him. She’s no longer the sweet and innocent girl who worshipped him. After being subjected to painful experiments, she’s acquired some mad skills, even if she can’t exactly control them. She doesn’t understand why they turned her into an abomination or why so many factions of the Arcane risked public exposure to capture her, but she intends to find out. Unfortunately, Raife and his team of agents are her only hope of surviving long enough to get her answers.
Twenty years ago, Agent Raife Merrick came to San Francisco to die. He hadn’t intended to save a sweet little blood-sucker from certain death and he sure as hell hadn’t meant to stick around and watch her grow into a beautiful woman. Yet fate obviously hadn’t given a damn what he wanted and it definitely didn’t care about the future of that woman now…but Raife did. Despite her distrust, he’s willing to do anything to protect her and finally make her his.