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Title:Moonglow (The Darkborn Legacy, #1)
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Michael Griffo
Publisher:Kensington Books
ISBN:
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Number of Pages:417
Category:Paranormal, Fantasy, Young adult

Moonglow (The Darkborn Legacy, #1) by Michael Griffo

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Moonglow (The Darkborn Legacy, #1) From the author of the acclaimed Archangel Academy vampire trilogy comes a stunning new series about a girl determined to defy her fate and reclaim her future .

Something strange is going on with Dominy Robineau All her friends in Weeping Water Nebraska have noticed and it s way beyond teenage blues As weeks pass Dom grows consumed by anger aggression and violence and she seems powerless to stop it Then she turns sixteen and things get really dangerous .

When her best friend is murdered Dominy s father is compelled to reveal the truth behind the darkness that threatens to both overtake and empower her Her boyfriend Caleb swears they ll find a way to change her destiny But others are hiding secrets too and gifts that are far more terrifying than hers And even as she struggles to control her new abilities Dom must contend with an enemy who wants her to use the beast within to destroy all those she loves before she destroys herself

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