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Bond to Break (Finding Nate Book 3)

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Planning the ultimate act of revenge is easy for seventeen-year-old Mira Everson when she has nothing left to lose. After sacrificing her freedom to save her ex-boyfriend, Nate Burnham, Mira must test her limits to discover what she’s capable of. Endowed with dark powers due to a magical bond with Nate, Mira must risk losing everything good within her in a war she never wa ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published November 2016 by Sunny Palms Press
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Katie Harder-schauer
Mar 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Working on my review now. It will be posted here after the book goes live and after the review goes live on my blog. I will say that this book didn't have a fair shake because I have not read the previous books in the series, so there were times where I felt lost because the back story was covered in previous books.
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Ginna Moran is the author of an array of both paranormal and contemporary young adult novels including the Demon Within, Falling into Fame, and Spark of Life series.

She started writing poetry as a teenager in a spiral notebook that she still has tucked away on her desk today. Her love of writing grew after she graduated high school and she completed her first unpublished manuscript at age eighteen