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The Complete Creepy Hollow Series - cover

The Complete Creepy Hollow Series

Rachel Morgan

Publisher: Rachel Morgan Publishing

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Over 3000 pages of magic, intrigue, action and romance, with a collective 8000+ 5-star Goodreads reviews. Binge-read this bestselling fantasy series today!
 
"Some of my favorite fantasy EVER!!" ~ booksmoviesandmoreohmy ★★★★★ 
 
"I cannot recommend this series enough ..." ~ Kez's Korner ★★★★★ 
 
"Put these books at the top of your must read list!!!!" ~ ★★★★★ 
 
"Excellent world building, excellent writing and great romance." ~ ★★★★★ 
 
Violet has one job: protect humans from dangerous magical creatures. It’s a job she’s good at—until her latest assignment, the cute human guy whose life she just saved, follows her into the fae realm.
 
Now she’s broken faerie law, putting graduation and her future at the Guild of Guardians at risk. She needs to get Nate home and make him forget everything he’s discovered—but it won’t be as easy as she hopes.Someone has been waiting for Nate, and now that he’s entered the fae realm, a dangerous plot is set in motion. Vi is about to find herself fighting for Nate’s life and her own as the two of them are pulled deeper into the darker side of the fae world.
 
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An epic story of dazzling magic, heart-pounding action, thrilling twists, and swoon-worthy romance. Grab your copy and let yourself be swept away into this enchanting world!
 
The Complete Creepy Hollow Series includes the following books: 1. The Faerie Guardian 2. The Faerie Prince 3. The Faerie War 4. A Faerie's Secret 5. A Faerie's Revenge 6. A Faerie's Curse 7. Glass Faerie 8. Shadow Faerie 9. Rebel Faerie

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