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Academy Of Beasts IV - cover

Academy Of Beasts IV

Becca Fanning

Publisher: Gizmo Media

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"I want to eat you alive," he said.Was that a threat or a promise?I don't know what to make of my life. Five Shifter men, all sworn to protect me but none of them telling me the truth. Their attention is flattering and their gazes light a fire in my belly. They tell me my scent is driving them wild, as if I can do anything to control that!Enough! I'm going to get answers from these Council men if it's the last thing I do. I'll use every tool at my disposal, even if I leave a trail of broken hearts behind me!USA Today Bestselling Author Becca Fanning is proud to bring you this Reverse Harem Academy Romance serial, packed with all the action, intrigue and great chemistry you can handle!

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