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Lady Blue - Children of the Goddess #1 - cover

Lady Blue - Children of the Goddess #1

Prudence Macleod

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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An abused and bullied teenager is suddenly granted great and terrible powers by an ancient goddess. Each step towards womanhood is shaped by her new abilities, as is the woman she will become. Devil or angel, which will she be? Will the woman who chases her ever know for sure?

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