Her past was a lie. Her present is suspect. Now, The Future is coming for her….
Samantha Marquet knows she’s being watched. What she doesn’t understand is why. After living with the sensation for seventeen years, sometimes she wonders if it’s all in her mind.
Until the night her Shadow Watcher steps across her path, turning her world upside down.
Recognizing his presence immediately, Sam isn’t afraid; she wants answers. But, the handsome stranger doesn’t give her any in their cryptic exchange. When he vanishes again, Sam is left with more questions than ever before.
Before his motive is revealed, those the Shadow Watcher is sworn to protect Sam from move to strike. He appears again, in time to save her from a dangerous man. Only, this time Sam witnesses the attack, triggering a memory of seeing him once, before the watching began. At her father's funeral.
And, he hasn't aged a day in the seventeen years since.
With enemies Sam never knew existed closing in, her guardian is forced to reveal his oath to protect the Marquet family, their heirs and the secret they’ve kept safe for centuries. The secret holding the key to his youth – Sam’s inheritance. Something so precious, the most powerful men to live on Earth are willing to risk anything to possess it.
As those fighting to control her inheritance threaten those she loves most, Sam is thrown into a world her parents went to great lengths to shield her from. A world where what seems impossible today is already possible tomorrow.
Welcome to the Society in the Shadow of Civilization.
About the Author
Roari Benjamin writes sci-fi and fantasy, laced with romance and adventure. She is the author of the Society in the Shadow of Civilization series, with a handful of other projects on the way. Roari grew up in Southern California, and loves spending time outdoors, especially in the water. She now lives in the High Desert with the love of her life and their two children. As a family of animal lovers, they share their home with three cats, two dogs, and a turtle. To keep up to date with Roari's latest projects and random ramblings, visit her blog at http://roaribenjamin.blogspot.com/.