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Academy Of Beasts XIII - Shifter Romance - cover

Academy Of Beasts XIII - Shifter Romance

Becca Fanning

Publisher: Gizmo Media

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Summary

Something has been itching at the back of my skull, a feeling that just won't go away.Something about Daniel: I didn't know him very well at all, but what happened to him still bothers me, and I need to find out what's going on.But I wouldn't have thought walking down this path would lead me to this discovery...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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