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The Slave (The Mother's Children Book 2)

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Eighteen years have passed and Mock and Grindas love has defied the odds. Their daughter Zin is now a grown woman. Born between two worldshalf Toth, half Quarthishe finds herself isolated from the rest of the clan. What's more, she is surrounded by power and darknessonce firmly contained, now awakening. Not even the shamri, with all their magical might, can predict her ...more
Published February 11th 2020
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