"An emotional read." Black Orchid by @AOwenBooks #paranormal

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Black Orchid


Written by Abigail Owen

Genre: Urban Paranormal

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Adelaide Jenner feels nothing... she is completely numb inside. Her te'sorthene, her fated love, abandoned her and joined their enemy. On that day her sister turned off all Adelaide's emotions in order to save her from a heartbreak that could push her over the edge of sanity. But great power wielded without compassion or love can only lead to pain.


Nate Pierce believes Adelaide used her extraordinary powers to deceive him all these years. So he destroyed a relationship he thought to be false and hungers for revenge. Now, Nate serves Maddox, unaware that his new leader is using him as a pawn in a bid to enslave all Svatura.,


The only hope of finally defeating Maddox is for Adelaide and her sisters to combine their growing powers against him. But the the key to a Svatura's power is the heart, and Adelaide is still missing hers.

An excerpt from

Black Orchid


Here's what a

Fan said

Once I opened this book, I did not want to close it. It was an emotional read. Imagine losing the love of your life to another. Not just having your heart broken, but ripped in half. A pain so devastating you don't want to live. This is what happens to Adelaide.

To help her, Lilia turns off her emotions. When this becomes too dangerous, Lilia and the rest of the gang wipe her memory completely of Nate.

I won't tell you anymore in case I give away too much. But I will give you what I loved. I loved that all the friends (Ellie, Alex, Selene, Griffin, Lilia, and Ramsey) worked together in each major battle they fought. I loved the message LOVE CAN CONQUER/OVERCOME ALL EVIL, that nothing/no one can come between LOVE. I am not just talking about romantic love, I am also referring to the love between family.

Black Orchid may be written for young adults, but it reads like a clean adult novel. I hated that I had to say good-bye to these wonderful cast of characters, but I liked the ending. (liked not loved because it was bittersweet)

I hope that Abigail Owen doesn't stop here with the Savatura series. Hugh and Lucy need a story. The entire Savatura line needs a beginning story. Maybe it's just me, but I don't want to say goodbye just yet.

— Mi

Author Bio

Abigail Owen

Award-winning author, Abigail Owen was born in Greeley, Colorado and raised in Austin, Texas. She now resides in Northern California with her husband and two adorable children who are the center of her universe. 

Abigail grew up consuming books and exploring the world through her writing. A fourth generation graduate of Texas A&M University, she attempted to find a practical career related to her favorite occupation by obtaining a degree in English Rhetoric (Technical Writing). However, she swiftly discovered that writing without imagination is not nearly as fun as writing with it.