Caylen D. Smith

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CAYLEN D. SMITH was born and raised in Southern California. She published Ripples, her debut young adult novel in the Guardian Series, at the age of nineteen. Now, five books later, A Thief's Game, is her first book in The Robyn Hoode Chronicles. Smith holds a Bachelors Degree in English. She enjoys reading, drawing and attending plays and musicals.

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Caylen D. Smith When I was younger, I had always loved the idea of talking animals. So I suppose my inner child had a part in that one and Kosmo is a black wolf :)
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Ripples (The Guardian #1)

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Uneven Odds (The Guardian #2)

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Nightcalls (The Guardian, #4)

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Nightcalls Now Available

Nightcalls, the final book in the Guardian Series is now published. Currently, Barnesandnoble.com is selling the paperback for $12.99, regular $15.99. Add their Black Friday sale with an extra 20% off. Code GIVETHANKS Ebook sold everywhere. Enjoy reading the last book in Alexandria's story. Happy Thanksgiving!
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