BOOK ONE OF THE GIVEN TRILOGY The world no longer tolerates vicious, repeat offenders, and deals with criminals accordingly. The survivors of these heinous crimes are sent to private establishments around the globe, known as, The Given.The Louisiana’s Given is run by the ever charming and handsome brothers, Damon and Cam Night who are obligated by their rule to mentor, protect and offer all the wounded a safe haven, a place to heal mentally and physically, whilst coming to terms with their new life. New Given must follow strict rules and an intense regime that comes with the gift of a superior education that only The Given establishments can offer.Lilliana becomes one of the Given, after suffering a horrific event that separates her from her family forever and she finds herself thrust into a foreign world of volatile individuals, challenging situations and unyielding rules. Her unexpected attraction to Damon Night confuses her all the more, as she tries to deal with her trauma and get a grip on her undetermined reality, amidst the broken minds of society.Damon is puzzled by the lure the beautiful Lilliana has on him, as he continues to run the family business in a respectful manner, expected of him with his responsibilities, but finds it harder to fight his growing, forbidden attraction to her. An unexpected desire that adds to the already challenging day to day running of The Given.Can friendship, animal therapy, education and love weave their magic around the souls in The Given, and in time, heal the abused and injured? Or does danger and tragedy strike once too often and tear their safe haven apart? To Whom Much is Given, much is expected.
BOOK TWO OF THE GIVEN TRILOGY Damon Night has left the Louisiana’s Given Establishment to work undercover in a fallen world full of despicable mayhem. Partly to help the Officials eliminate an Underworld narcotics epidemic, partly to escape his lust and overwhelming desire for Lilliana.Existing day to day without him, Lilliana completes her studies, to then thrive in her role as a leading therapist offering support to the mentally and physically wounded souls the outside world has delivered to them. Between a hectic schedule, expected from the establishment, to juggling free time with her friends, life flowed around her in a complex, yet meaningful way as the years passed, longing for Damon’s return.Five years undercover can do a lot to a man who had to fully commit himself to his role in order to convince the black minds of society he was one of them. When Damon returns, Lilliana hardly recognises the dangerous and unpredictable man who stands before her, but when her eyes meet his, questions of who the man he has become, fade as memories of the past ignite more than just an inferno of feelings.Can Damon overcome the abuse he subjected himself, and others to whilst undercover, and Can Lilliana forgive him his crimes? Just when they are so close to coming together, evil forces weave their sticky web of destruction. Will they be able to finally overcome these dangerous hurdles, or will they once again be forced miles apart?
BOOK THREE OF THE GIVEN TRILOGY
The long awaited third and final chapter in the thrilling conclusion to Mickey Martin’s Trilogy of bestselling, The Given and Dark Angel
After spending a decade within the walls of her safe haven, The Given, Lilliana Night must flee her home at the facility and re-enter the outside world once again in her fight for justice and to protect the one she loves.
Lilliana has no choice but to leave behind all she knows—and the man she loves—in order to do her part to eradicate one of the world’s most vilest of criminals’.
Will her self-sacrifice for the greater good allow her to return home to her loved ones? Or will the evil that still walks the Earth be her ultimate undoing?
Decency dances on a dangerous stage with depravity and the results could be explosive.
A pulsating dark romance that is gripping and addictive right from the start. The Guardian flowed smoothly from The Given to Dark Angel, and my only disappointment was that this is the last book of the series. Hands down one of the best trilogies I have ever read. ~Louise Manna.