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Steffi McKenna is your typical teenage girl. She has no extraordinary talents or abilities, but during one fateful weekend, she finds herself in the dead center of an ancient Prophecy. After falling for Landan, an Immortal creature, she spirals into an existence of intense love, devastating loss, and life-shattering addiction before deciding she can no longer fight her own ...more
Hardcover, 1st Edition, 171 pages
Published October 18th 2010 by
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Mahriah Schmidt was born in Tempe, AZ on June 7, 1983. She was raised in Phoenix.

Mahriah won her first writing award when she was in the second grade, taking second place in the Unrhymed Poetry category.

Mahriah graduated from 91st Psalm Christian School in 2001, and although she attended the local community college, she never could decide what to do with her life.

In September 2008, Mahriah was in