Merkaba by Lorhainne Eckhart

Everyone thought he was dead and that's exactly how he needs it to stay.


In MERKABA, Everyone thought he was dead and that's exactly how he needs it to stay. Until one day he stumbles across a mysterious dark haired beauty. Only, there is nothing average or ordinary about this secretive woman, and she knows exactly what and who he is.

He tries to get close to her, to figure her out and what she's really doing in the field of the state park. But when trouble finds her, he's the only one who can save her; even though she's the one woman who could ultimately be his undoing.

Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Hard-Boiled

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Occult & Supernatural

Language: English

Keywords: vigilante justice, good vs evil, dark romantic suspense, vigilante justice romance, crime fiction, noir, hard-boiled

Word Count: 19000

Sales info:

Part of Walk the Right Road series which has sold over 200,000 english copies worldwide, this book along with others in the series has hit the #1 spot on Amazon numerous times in hard-boiled, mystery thriller & suspense and romance series.

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Sample text:

He watched her from the shadows, hiding behind an old fir tree in the thick, forested parkland. She was in the clearing. He’d seen her there yesterday and the past four days before that.

He’d stumbled upon her quite by accident. Wednesday, five days ago, just after breakfast, he had been intrigued by what she was doing. At first, he couldn’t figure out what the woman was about, as she appeared to be searching for something in the grassy ground of the clearing and then in the brush. She would reappear with a rock and drop it in the center of the open meadow again and again until she had a pile of different-sized rocks. And she was always sprinkling something from a leather-fringed pouch at her waist.

Had it been any other woman, he wouldn’t have given her his attention for this long, but there was something about this one he couldn’t read. She remained mysterious as she stood tall, shoulders squared and back as if nothing in life could hold her down. She nodded to herself and smiled as if someone was with her. He looked twice and then glanced behind him, and he knew that she was, in fact, alone. This strange woman was stunning, with silky, dark hair tied back in a ponytail that draped to her waist. She was slender, in an athletic way, and had long, tanned legs that he could only imagine entangled with his. Every day, she dressed the same: tank top and beige shorts, with gray wool socks sticking up from the tops of old brown hiking boots. Her outfit was practical and cool on this extremely hot July day in the state parkland just outside Gardiner, Washington.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Carolina La Rosa and Jorge Ledezma

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