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Not Right Now

K. Thomas

Publisher: BookBaby

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Summary

Book two of the Time to Wake series unravels the deep history between the characters while taking readers further into the mythology and world of the Nephilim, with our favorite snarky caffeine-addict leading the way.
 
Warning: The below description contains spoilers for book one, "Time to Wake".
 
Senlis is trying to kick up her feet and enjoy her freedom in this lifetime. Unfortunately, the confrontation with Jonah left her relationship with Vincent strained and has her memories seeping to the surface. As she fights to wake her powers, Senlis must now navigate through her past and come to terms with what it's teaching her about herself and her ties to both Jonah and Hunter. If that wasn't enough, Benny is being difficult about Hunter sticking around, and she's not about to give in to his tantrums. Trying to draw a truce between the two of them may prove to be an impossible challenge.
 
A sudden event sends Senlis and her group of friends on a chase to find a way to bring Benny back to life. Can Senlis save Benny, find herself, and maintain her composure as her relationship heats up with Hunter?

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