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Lover Enshrined

Phury chose to sacrifice himself for the Brotherhood and become the Primale. He will have to mate with the Chosen to secure the new generation. Phury though will not want the responsibility especially when he starts to feel things for one of the Chosen in particular.

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Lover Unbound

Vishous, son of the Bloodletter, who will find himself stepping into a new job that didn’t involve the brotherhood thanks to his mother. Vishous will not want the job especially when he meets Jane.

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Lover Revealed

Butch O’Neal has been working for the brotherhood as a civilian but that will all change when he is taken by the enemy. During his torture Butch will change and change to what he was truly born to be.

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Books as a security blanket.

As a young reader I was always fascinated by historical fiction and books that took place in different time periods from the past. I loved reading about travels in The Magic Treehouse series, learning things about different wars and historical events through the American Girl and Dear America books, and I very much loved reading the Little House on the Prairie series. 135 more words

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Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

My book club has read many types of books that have either made me cry, laugh, be frustrated and dislike the novel to loving the novel. 253 more words

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Vampire Dead-tective

Liz was a normal woman working at a 9 to 5 job with a roommate that was a little eccentric. Her world will be flipped upside down when her roommate will be killed and people want her dead and the ring that had belonged to her roommate.

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How to Catch a Wild Viscount

Cecily Hale has waited for Luke Trenton for four years. Her love never disappeared for this man even though he had changed. Cecily will make sure that Luke knows it is safe for them to be together, that her love for him will never leave.

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