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Mark of Fate - The Chronicles of Kerrigan #9 - cover

Mark of Fate - The Chronicles of Kerrigan #9

W.J. May

Publisher: Dark Shadow Publishing

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Mark of Fate is the 9th Book of USA TODAY author, W.J. May's bestselling series, The Chronicles of Kerrigan.  
 
Rae Kerrigan has proven herself a vital asset to the Privy Council and yet, they still question her loyalty.  
Back in London, Rae returns to find that everything isn't exactly as it seems. The Privy Council may be officially offering her and her friends their jobs back, but not everyone is as eager to call a truce. 
Sides are chosen. Lines are drawn in the sand. Rae finds herself torn, not only between two futures, but between two loves. 
When an object left behind from her father exposes a ghastly secret, Rae find herself faced with the toughest question of all. 
Can there ever be a happy ending for a Kerrigan? 
 
Mark of Fate is the 9th book in the Chronicles of Kerrigan series. 
 
Follow Rae Kerrigan as she learns about the tattoo on her back that gives her supernatural powers, as she learns of her father's evil intentions and as she tries to figure out how coming of age, falling love and high-packed action fighting isn't as easy as the comic books make it look. 
 
Series Order: 
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 
 
Prequel: Christmas Before the Magic

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