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The Making of a Demon - The Race Trilogy

Della Loredo

Publisher: Della Loredo

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Blissfully happy in a city of unending love, Kamíl has never even heard the word. But when some new ideas sweep the land -- ideas introduced by her linkmate -- she suddenly finds herself in a no-win situation. Head spinning, heart aching, she must decide whether to turn her back on the creator she loves or on the elder brother she adores. 
Have you ever wondered how angels nurtured in an atmosphere of perfect love could learn to hate? How those created for everlasting joy could choose carnage? Maybe their destiny changed in the same way that ours does -- one choice at a time.

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