Restraint A FORBIDDEN LOVE WILL BECOME DEEPER A LOYALTY WILL BE TESTEDD ONLY DARKNESS WILL REMAIN One revelation changed everything turning Eve Collin s world upside down Now she s left to struggle with her i
A FORBIDDEN LOVE WILL BECOME DEEPER.A LOYALTY WILL BE TESTEDD ONLY DARKNESS WILL REMAIN.One revelation changed everything, turning Eve Collin s world upside down Now, she s left to struggle with her identity and allegiance Haunted by grief and tempted by her increasing attraction to her protector, will she ever truly be safe from enemies that refuse to give up RestraA FORBIDDEN LOVE WILL BECOME DEEPER.A LOYALTY WILL BE TESTEDD ONLY DARKNESS WILL REMAIN.One revelation changed everything, turning Eve Collin s world upside down Now, she s left to struggle with her identity and allegiance Haunted by grief and tempted by her increasing attraction to her protector, will she ever truly be safe from enemies that refuse to give up Restraint is an addictively spellbinding continuation of Eve s journey of self discovery, love and sacrifice that will change everything.Readers captivated by Revelation will eagerly devour Restraint.
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