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Maya (Bhangarh Trilogy)

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Maya has selective amnesia: a silent curse. All she wants is a normal life but strange things begin to happen with her when she visits her estranged grandmother in the ghost town of Bhangarh. The only problem she sees... it won’t last, as much as she wants to believe in love, she knows the past doesn't stay hidden for long.
ebook, Large Print, 200 pages
Published October 30th 2013 by Creative Ecstasy
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