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The Unbelievers - Book 2 in The Awakening Series - cover

The Unbelievers - Book 2 in The Awakening Series

Lisa M. Lilly

Publisher: Lisa M. Lilly

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Despite fears about her baby's origins, Tara settles into a new life in a secluded community. But when her daughter goes missing and her best friend is violently attacked, Tara’s newfound sense of security screeches to a halt. She realizes nowhere will be safe until she discovers the truth behind her virgin pregnancy and the religious cult that threatens her. Her quest for answers leads her across the world. Attacked by those who see her and her child as evil, Tara fights to separate the trustworthy from the treacherous as a series of shocking discoveries calls everything she’s ever known into question.
 
The Unbelievers is the second installment of the bestselling four-book Awakening supernatural thriller series. The series includes The Awakening (Book 1), The Unbelievers (Book 2), The Conflagration (Book 3), and The Illumination (Book 4).

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