New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant gives us an intimate peek into the Reapers’ new life with an all-new, heartwarming holiday tale…
There is no escaping the Reapers. We are elite assassins, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. But when Death says it’s our time to live, we are more than happy to obey.
We have suffered betrayal, heartbreak, chaos, and even death. Despite another foe lurking around the corner, most of us have found happiness and love. While some still search, there is contentment—a sense of peace and purpose. And with the holidays upon us, it is time to celebrate the family we have made. The one we chose. The season is for revelry, and we intend to take advantage. Whatever may come next will still be there after the last present is unwrapped.
And we will face it. Together.
DARK ALPHA’S SILENT NIGHT EXCERPT
Kyran studied River from his position on the edge of the sofa.
“What?” she asked with a grin from her place on the floor next to Breac, who stood between them.
“You’re really not going to tell me the location?”
She shook her head, her eyes glinting with merriment. “It’s a surprise.”
“Who all knows the place?”
“Stop,” she said with a laugh. “You can wait a few days to find out.”
He flattened his lips and sighed. “You know I have no patience.”
“Exactly. This will be good for you.”
Kyran snorted. “I doubt you’d be amenable if the situation were reversed.”
“I know I wouldn’t,” she replied pithily.
His attention shifted to their son, who had his eye on something across the room. Just as Breac took off, Kyran snatched him, lifting the child high as he got to his feet before spinning him around. Breac squealed in delight, his little laugh bouncing off the walls. Kyran kissed Breac on the cheek before setting him back on the floor to continue playing as he resumed his seat.
“I’m not leaving you out.”
He lifted his gaze to River&’s pale blue eyes. “I know.”
“I want this to be special for you.”
“Babe, everything we do together is special.”
She narrowed her eyes at him. “Nice try. I’m still not telling you.”
“It was worth a try,” he said with a grin.