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Into the Darkness - The Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel #3 - cover

Into the Darkness - The Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel #3

W. J. May

Publisher: Dark Shadow Publishing

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Summary

Learn how it all began … before Rae Kerrigan. 
The sins of the father are the sins of the son. 
What did Rae’s father do that put fear in people’s eyes at the name Kerrigan? 
As Simon Kerrigan steps deeper into the world of ink and tatus, he begins to question everything-those in authority around him, the rules that govern their secret society, his friends, his enemies. 
Will he learn too much to believe there is a chance at happiness and love? Or will he allow himself to risk everything to be with one the girl he's not allowed to love? 
How hard will he have to shake the family tree to find the truth about the past? 
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Prequel is the beginning of the story before Rae Kerrigan. Christmas before the Magic is just the beginning (but not be the end) 
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Series 
Rae of Hope 
Dark Nebula 
House of Cards 
Royal Tea 
Under Fire 
End in Sight 
Hidden Darkness 
Twisted Together 
Mark of Fate 
Strength & Power 
Last One Standing 
Rae of Light 
 

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