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Corrigan Magic - Corrigan: Blood Destiny

Helen Harper

Publisher: Helen Harper

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Read the events of Bloodmagic as told from the viewpoint of Corrigan, the predatory Lord Alpha.  With Mack long gone, and efforts to find her proving fruitless, Corrigan is forced to turn his attentions to other matters. The vampires are getting in the way and the Brethren are resisting his attempts to bring them into the twenty-first century. Even more ominously, shifters are starting to get sick from a mysterious disease. This might be one foe that Corrigan is powerless against...  This is the second book in the Corrigan series.

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