The Fabled

The Fabled

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by S. L. Gavyn
     
 

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A vision of their destruction from the strongest oracle to ever have lived forced them to become the Fabled. An immortality elixir given without concern caused her to lose the love of her life. Now Sunny Dubois has become an agent of the Council of Elders enforcing their laws and keeping their secret.
Bodies of vampere have been showing up in Dallas and Sunny is

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A vision of their destruction from the strongest oracle to ever have lived forced them to become the Fabled. An immortality elixir given without concern caused her to lose the love of her life. Now Sunny Dubois has become an agent of the Council of Elders enforcing their laws and keeping their secret.
Bodies of vampere have been showing up in Dallas and Sunny is called in to find out who killed them. She figures out quickly that these are no ordinary deaths. Someone is targeting new vamps and there is only one similarity. A club called Eternal Darkness. The only problem for Sunny is that this club is owned by a vampere she knew long ago. One she has never forgotten and never will.
Roman Alexander has wandered this world far longer than he would care to remember. He was used to getting what he wanted either by coercion or force but there was one thing he wanted and couldn't have. The woman who stole his heart and crushed it.
Sunny and Roman are forced to work together to find a killer before it's too late. If they can manage not to kill each other along the way they might actually succeed.

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ISBN-13:
9781500457877
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/12/2014
Pages:
408
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.02(d)

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The Fabled 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 11 days ago
I enjoyed the different mix of supernatural beings in this book, and the strong heroine. I only gave it three stars because I found the lack of correct punctuation, change of verb tenses, and misspelled words a real distraction the entire time I was reading.