He's been hunting me for decades. It's time to return the favor.
I know things have gone awry when the Sky planet deploys its entire army to hunt me down. Now, I'm stranded on an adorably violent little alien planet with only Jerrock to rely on – and Jerrock ecking hates me.
Jerrock is the Quadrants’ most renown killer and he doesn’t want to remember who he was before, and he doesn’t seem to like who I am now. He says that reavers can’t be trusted and that assassins can’t love.
Crashing through the cosmos together with an army of assassins on our trail, I'm determined to make him remember, redeem myself and, more than anything, prove him wrong.
Ashmara, you really think I could forget? My soul remembers who you are.
Taken to Sky is book 9 and the final full length installment in the Xiveri Mates series! In this epic finale, expect to find two damaged antiheroes finding each other and their place in the cosmos. HEA guaranteed! TWs for overcoming addiction, battle scenes and spice.
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★★★★★ “I’ve loved my time in this complex, expansive world that Elizabeth Stephens has created. While I hope that she’ll return to it with more stories, I GUESS I’m ok that it’s over (I’m not).” – MZKarareads, Instagram
★★★★★ “these two are nothing but chaos and violence! Their story was dark but so heartfelt.” – Lindsey, Goodreads
★★★★★ “Action? Check. Romance? Check. Spice? Check. A dark romance that will take you by the throat and make you beg? Check.” – Kianna, Goodreads
★★★★★ “Prepare to have your heart utterly shattered and then put back together so beautifully.” – reading_rachel.ml, TikTok
★★★★★ “Cut my heart open why don’t you 😭😭 Taken to Sky is the perfect blend of angst, tension, journeying across different planets while trying to stay alive. I cried a few times, they had me emotional I loved Taken to Sky so much and I really really loved this series. What a perfect ending” 🧡 – Jillian, Goodreads
★★★★★ “I’m not crying..,you are…ok, I am sobbing like the baby I am. I am going to miss this series so much, because it’s like a family to me.” – Book Snob Sue blog