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Knell

Knell Hearing the future isn t as useless as Dot thinks but she finds herself in the arms of a Guardian who wants her here and now Dot has spent nearly half her life in a private home for those who have tr

  • Title: Knell
  • Author: Viola Grace
  • ISBN: 9781771119221
  • Page: 151
  • Format: ebook
  • Hearing the future isn t as useless as Dot thinks, but she finds herself in the arms of a Guardian who wants her here and now.Dot has spent nearly half her life in a private home for those who have trouble with reality Finding out that her talent for hearing the future is actually useful, she agrees to leave her residence to find a place that she has dreamed of A world wHearing the future isn t as useless as Dot thinks, but she finds herself in the arms of a Guardian who wants her here and now.Dot has spent nearly half her life in a private home for those who have trouble with reality Finding out that her talent for hearing the future is actually useful, she agrees to leave her residence to find a place that she has dreamed of A world where her talent can be put to use.Loxin has dreamed of the woman his matchmaker told him about but finding her applying to be an Oracle on his base surprises him No one told him the woman he was destined for could sense the future, but then, no one outside his family and the destiny painter on Yacaro had known about her.Together, they will fulfill each other s needs and protect a world constantly under siege with a little help from the other Guardians.

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    1. A lovely short Science Fiction Romance where the heroine comes into her own and the hero is steadfast.

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