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(The Danu Cycle #3)

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What do you get when you add a Gryffyn and a ladybug?

Dwendardian has made his escape into the human realm. So, it is up to Niamh and the fiann to try to find him. With Killian’s loss not the only one weighing heavily on him, Lachlan is acting out more than usual and Niamh has trouble balancing keeping him under control and her new proper romance with Eamon.

Evil is growing,
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Expected publication: November 2021 by Sleeping Dragon Books
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I started out writing fantasy. But, I like to write anything, honestly. These days, I mainly stick to YA and there's always at least a sprinkling of romance, if not a 'whoops, I dropped the whole packet in'. Almost all my books are set in my home state of South Australia, either in real or fictional places - gotta write what you know - with Netherfield being

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