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Angel Tears - Fallen Angels #4 - cover

Angel Tears - Fallen Angels #4

Valmore Daniels

Publisher: ValmoreDaniels.com

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My name is Serena Rogers. After escaping from a juvenile detention center, all I wanted was to get as far away from home as I could and never look back. 
Everything changed when I uncovered the dark secret that's been haunting my family since before I was born.  
I am not who I thought I was. 
When I encounter an army of revolutionaries, I am faced with an impossible choice: fight them and risk the lives of everyone I love, or join them and lose my soul.

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