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Enlightened Fire (The Enlightened #4)

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Forsaken

When Vaxon was infected by an insidious mental virus, he hid it from the world believing that he was strong enough to beat it. Years later, the virus has won. Vaxon is Forsaken; a death sentence for a Hunter who has spent a lifetime protecting others from what he has now become. There is no cure. There is no hope. His only choices are to give up – allow himself
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Paperback, 284 pages
Published March 1st 2017 by ErotiKatBooks
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Robin Goodfellow
Jul 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Enlightened Fire, by V.K. Walker, is a paranormal romance about two lovers who endeavor to overcome their own arrogance as they try to save each other, as well as themselves.

Vaxon was a former hunter who was infected by a Forsaken, a creature that dwells on bloodlust and murder, which causes his mind to slowly merge with that of a monster. He lives in a lonely cabin with only his eroding mind for company, as he desperately clings to
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V.K. Walker
Jun 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Once upon a time – [No, no, no! Far too trite and, let's be honest, it's been done. Hit “pause”, “rewind”...]

Many, many, many years ago – [Ack! That's even worse! What's with all the freakin' “many's”? It wasn't that long ago. Jeesh. Hit “stop”, “erase” (and don't ever do that again!)...]

Not so very long ago (a piddling amount, in my opinion), a storyteller was born. One might even say, a fantasy
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