Virginia McKevitt Day 4 March 1

Fracture The Secret Enemy Saga book three Secrets

‘Secrets’ is a continuation of the epic “good versus evil battle” in a story that spans two worlds.
Tegrin and Kristina return to his world as mates, but not all is marital bliss in the Kingdom of Patwain. Kristina is having nightmares about the evil Priestess, Alexasia. Could she still be alive? If she is, how do you kill someone you can’t find? Someone you thought was already dead? Kristina knows that creepy bible in the voodoo shop fits into the equation somewhere. But how?
And so the journey continues, to the small village of Candelaria and an old monastery aside the Azure Cliffs where Kristina hopes that a great-great-grandmother she has never met will help her unlock the secrets held captive in her mind, or will the ancient forces at play become too powerful to overcome?
Follow, Tegrin, the King’s most trusted assassin and Kristina, his new bride as they travel across treacherous mountainsides, fight blood thirsty slave traders, and battle a gathering evil that is waiting at the edge of darkness.

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