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Who Wants a Blind Mate? - A Rejected Mate YA Fated Mates Romance - cover

Who Wants a Blind Mate? - A Rejected Mate YA Fated Mates Romance

Eunice Amnell

Publisher: Eunice Amnell

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Summary

The vampire coven that owns the Thurman werewolf pack lands has returned.

When they demand a human sacrifice, the Alpha’s son, Jake, has little qualms about offering up his newly discovered blind mate, Ciara, as the human sacrifice.

After all, what Alpha or Alpha-to-be wants a blind Luna?

While Ciara is trying to escape being turned into a blood bag for vampires, the supernatural council is stuck in a deadlock with an evil sect that is wreaking havoc on the world.

They need to find all the Fae Omegas destined to save the world as soon as possible.

The question is, can they find Ciara before she gets destroyed?

With a sprinkle of a sweet vampire romance and a why choose fated mates romance, this book will take you on a roller coaster of rejection, betrayal, self-hate, and love.

'Who Wants a Blind Mate?' is the second young adult fated mates paranormal romance book in an exciting rejected mates standalone series: The Fae Omegas Series.
Available since: 09/02/2022.

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