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Six years after leaving England, Tayla is living a perfectly happy life in Havana, Cuba with her family and friends. One day, when she hears of her father's passing, she refuses to miss the funeral despite Damien's stern warnings of disaster. Booking the next available flight, she flies back to England with a reluctant Damien and their overjoyed daughter, Maria by her side ...more
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Expected publication: March 6th 2021 by Independently Published (first published 2021)
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Feb 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
A twisted continuation to this series that continues to hold my attention as it gets even more intense as the twisted storyline plays with my emotions making me even more conflicted and frustrated with Tayla over her decisions throughout this amazing series. The unrelenting suspense keeps me wanting more. Its edgy, intense, twisted, intriguing and emotional. It contains abuse with eliminates of danger deception. I definitely want to read part #3 Released. Just not look
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Sarah Jayne Harry is a multi-genre indie author who lives in Portsmouth, in the UK. From a young age, Sarah has had a strong passion for reading and spent most of her time, after school and during weekends, hidden away at the library. Growing up, her love for books only got stronger as she entered numerous reading challenges at her local library.

It was only during her college years, where she had

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