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Fate's Intervention - Hidden Secrets Saga #5 - cover

Fate's Intervention - Hidden Secrets Saga #5

W. J. May

Publisher: Dark Shadow Publishing

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The highly awaited fifth book in the Hidden Secrets Saga is now at your fingertips!  
 
How do choose between power of passion or the power of peace? 
 
After finally coming face to face with her greatest foe, Bentos, Rogue has a decision to make. Joshua, the new grolics alpha came to her aid her stand off against Bentos, and has been labeled as her true mate, but her heart still belongs to Michael. 
 
Having no choice but to leave, Rouge joins Joshua and her brother, Rob, to discover more about who she truly is, what she wants and where to gain access to the true power of three. 
 
Her father, Bentos, has promised to train her and open a world of possibilities. Something about his offer leaves her moving closer and closer to the trail he leaves, fate having intervened and changed everything. 
 
What she finds growing within her will change everything. Power is queen, but love and new life is King.

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