Ariella’s Keeper

by Michelle M. Pillow

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Part of the Divinity Healers series:

About the Book

When his father threatens to take away his research facility’s funding if he doesn’t come home, Dr. Sebastjan Walter has no choice but to do so. This isn’t just a family reunion. It seems his father has arranged a marriage–Sebastjan’s. Seeing his chance to make one last final deal to get his father out of his life, he agrees to marry the off-plane woman. After seeing her, he can’t help but think he’s made the better bargain.

Ariella has been held prisoner by the Medical Supreme since he cured her of a childhood illness. Forced to stay in his home as his ward, she has no choice but to do whatever he wants. When he demands she marry his son, Ariella finds this is one order she might not mind obeying.

About the Divinity Multi-Series

In one of the many universes parallel to our own, Divinity Corporation has discovered the secret to moving between the interdimensional planes. This has given them the power to do pretty much whatever they want without consequence or regulation. Divinity has it’s hand in everything: whether it’s to ship unwilling brides in trade for minerals rights, to control everything from entertainment circuits to governments to academics, or to simply gain that which every greedy corporation wants–Power.

There are only two classifications of people on plane 187: Doctors andNot Doctors (Sans). Dr. Sam Swift is one of the highest ranking officials on the medical plane, answering only to the Medical Supreme. When the Medical Supreme becomes ill, it’s up to him to find a cure. Nowhere in this equation is there room—or time—to fall in love. And then he meets the exquisitely frustrating Sans Linnea Nel.

In the midst of the worst outbreak 187’s society has faced in decades, two people who never should have met fall in love. How can Linnea stay where she may be in danger? But how can Sam let the love of his life go?

Welcome to the New World, Divinity’s World.

About Divinity Healers

In Asclepius there are only two classifications of people. Doctors and Not Doctors (Sans). They are the go-to plane for anything medical. In fact, they’re so focused on health it’s become a bit of an obsession. Plants are encased in glass to protect people from allergens. The air is pumped full of chemicals to keep it sterile.

This is a plane teeming with germ-a-phobes.

Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.

About the Author

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Michelle M. Pillow loves to travel and try new things, whether it's a paranormal investigation of an old Vaudeville Theatre or climbing Mayan temples in Belize. She's addicted to movies and used to drive her mother crazy while quoting random scenes with her brother. Though it has yet to happen, her dream is to be a zombie in a horror movie. (She came close as a refugee extra on SyFy's Z Nation, airing Fall 2016!) For the most part she can be found writing in her office with a cup of coffee and wearing pajama pants. Readers can contact her through her website MichellePillow.com.


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