Mutant Unveiled (Freaks of Nature, #1)

Mutant Unveiled (Freaks of Nature, #1)

by Mel Teshco

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Overview

A mutant tortured and barely alive. A woman restrained by a society she no longer trusts.

 

When Khalisa first sets eyes on the barely conscious mutant, Zielle, she isn't prepared for the anguish within at seeing firsthand what the scientists in the Dome's facility are doing to the 'monsters' who live outside the air-cleansed compound. But then she's always rebelled against the rules. Always questioned and defied everything she's been told since she and her brother, Dwight, were captured and saved from outside, where the chemical fallout would have turned them mutant too.

What she and her brother don't know is that they are dormant mutants whose powers are yet to be triggered. They are also the last hope of saving a mutant clan, whose leader, Zielle, volunteers to be captured by the evil humans so that he can find and rescue the mutant siblings. But it's only Khalisa he can free, and on the run from the humans who'd do anything possible to recapture them, he has to convince Khalisa that he's on her side…and that the sizzling chemistry between them is just an added bonus.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940164425555
Publisher: Mel Teshco
Publication date: 10/12/2020
Series: Freaks of Nature
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 631,014
File size: 466 KB

About the Author

Mel Teshco lives in the beautiful country of QLD Australia, where the open spaces of her acreage, fondly called 'the block', gives her room to breathe. When she isn't writing or dreaming of writing, she is often found gazing out the window at the surrounding mountains and thinking how very lucky she is. With one semi-patient husband, three gorgeous girls, two fat horses, one crazy Belgian shepherd and three cats who run the house, writing has (mostly) kept her sane.

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