Nichole Giles, the author of DESCENDANT, BIRTHRIGHT, and WATER SO DEEP, has lived in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Texas. She is a huge fan of all things paranormal and magical. Her dreams include owning a garden full of fairies, riding a unicorn, and taming the pet dragon she adopted at a recent local ComiCon. His name is Zane. She also loves to spend time with her husband and four children, travel to tropical and exotic destinations, drive in the rain with the convertible top down, and play music at full volume so she can sing along.
Q&A With the Author:
What is your largest unfulfilled dream, and what are you doing to reach it?
will happen someday, as long as I don’t quit trying.
What is the hardest thing you’ve ever done?
he doesn’t come home to me. Burying each of my parents-in-law, years earlier than we should have had to. But right now? This month? Both of my daughters are getting married. Married! I can’t even fathom how I blinked and arrived her so
quickly. Life changes so fast. We should never waste a single minute! Never. I am so happy for them, but it is also so very hard to know I’ll never have my little girls back the way I once did. We should have moved to Neverland when we had the chance.
I guess all things considered, writing books during all these things has been cake. J
While the hunt for her long-lost father takes them back through Abby’s childhood homes, they’re forced to question everything they’ve been taught and everyone they’ve ever trusted—including each other. After a desperate attempt to Heal Abby’s wound goes horribly awry, and with the demons they thought they’d lost hot on their heels, the star-crossed couple is forced to face some painful realities that will change life for everyone they know.
When Abby’s best friend is kidnapped by demons, Abby and Kye abandon their search and launch a rescue attempt that morphs into a battle, the outcome of which will determine if Abby and her friends have what it takes to rid the world of demons, or if the royal bloodline and the Gifted generation will be obliterated once and for all.
misery—frustration. I know the cure for his frustration could probably come from me. But I don’t know how to give it to him. Not in my current state of mind.
I step into the already steamy bathroom and close the door.