Trouble in Bliss by Rebecca Aires

This characters’ affinity thing for gems, or metal, or, I guess, different things for different characters, is new for me, and intriguing.

The story is Trouble in Bliss by Rebecca Aires, a Paranormal Novel.


After years away, Violet Collins returned to her hometown of Alden Glen. An Aelfir with an affinity for gems, she’s ready to start rebuilding her life. When she meets hunky Theron McDonal, she thinks things might be getting on the right track.

Theron McDonal, an ex-Hunter with a metal affinity, came to Alden Glen to help stop the forces threatening the town. Strange disappearances, attacks, it adds up to danger for the townspeople. But he discovers a little piece of bliss among the chaos. Violet’s gorgeous, welcoming, and the attraction between them is hot enough to burn down the town.

When danger comes to Alden Glen, they’ll have to uncover a longheld, secret grudge or the town could be torn apart. Can they survive and claim a future together?










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“I want to say I’m sorry and offer you an explanation. My reaction had nothing to do with you or your invitation. Honestly, I didn’t think I had anything to offer anyone, not even a lunch.” Theron grimaced. With the threat of his life ending in meer days or weeks, there hadn’t been much hope. “I’m Theron McDonal. I’m new in town and I’d like to take you to lunch.”

She frowned and tilted her head to the side. “You didn’t think you had anything to offer. That means something’s changed. Don’t think I missed that you said you wanted to say you’re sorry, but didn’t actually say it.”

A bright green shirt molded to the gentle curves of her breasts. Light blue jeans encased long legs. Would they be toned and sleek like her arms were?

“Something’s changed. I am sorry. I shouldn’t have been that blunt, but hell, I hadn’t even talked about what was going on with me with the men I work with, although I think some of them noticed.” He took a step forward. Specifics could wait. If something came of this lunch, then he’d try to make her understand.

She stared at him. “You were hiding it from them. Since it’s something you hiding from your friends, it’s probably personal. I don’t expect you to give me details. Tell me what’s changed so much that you want to have lunch with me. Why should I believe that you won’t go all blunt and rude while we’re eating?”

“Everything’s changed. Now, I know there’s hope and I can build a future. Second, I can’t offer you anything you’d probably believe after the way I acted, but you could consider letting me take you out as a way for me to make it up to you. You pick the place and I’ll buy the meal.” He smiled. At least, she hadn’t blown him off.

She was a gorgeous woman. It was the vibrancy in her that drew him though. Was she always that way? Her eyes sparkled and she almost hummed with energy, as if willing to take on anything.

She grinned. “You do know how to make a woman curious. I can’t ask any questions about it because that would be prying. You can take me to lunch. There’s a nice restaurant in town. It’s one frequented by the locals when they want to get out.”

“Great. Did you want to meet me there or can I give you a ride?” He asked.

“I’ll meet you there. Let me give you the address. It shouldn’t take me more than ten minutes to get there. There’s one stop I have to make. I said I’d do it now, but it’s just a drop off. I won’t keep you waiting.” She gave a nod. She pulled a notepad from her purse and scribbled an address on a piece of paper.

He took it and watched as she left. Her hips swayed back and forth in a seductive rhythm. What would that round ass feel like pressed up against him?

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Rebecca Airies has always loved to read. Futuristic, the classics, mystery, horror and of course romance from sweet to extra spicy–the genre doesn’t matter as long as the stories capture her interest and take her on an adventure. She soon discovered a love for writing and characters just waiting to tell their stories. Since that time, writing has become an obsession.

Rebecca lives in Abilene, Texas. She loves the outdoors, growing things, and working on crafts when she’s not lost in the worlds of her characters.

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