C.E. Clayton

“Tallis had persevered through and unshakable feeling of not truly belonging... She understood the responsibility her family constraints put upon her, and while Lana knew Tallis's heart trembled and raged at the perceived indignity of it all, she had grown up into a charming, beautiful woman with shoulders that refused to bow to a world that demanded they should.”

C.E. Clayton, The Duality of Nature
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The Duality of Nature (The Monster of Selkirk #1) The Duality of Nature by C.E. Clayton
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