Bedeviled: A Dark Breed Novel

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Harper Collins, Dec 27, 2011 - Fiction - 384 pages
16 Reviews

She has done the unthinkable—turned her best friend into a dark breed: part Vampyre, Lychen and Witch . . .

Kyana thought only to save her friend’s life when she fed Haven her blood; instead, she created a monster. Now the woman she thought of as a sister is under the spell of an ancient, vengeful god, determined to set him free and wreak havoc on the mortal world . . . and only Kyana can stop her.

But time is running out. In just seven days, Kyana’s Vampyre and Lychen abilities will be gone and she’ll be completely transformed into the Goddess of the Hunt—and her blood ties to Haven will be severed. By her side is Ryker—ally, demigod, lover— who will sacrifice everything to keep Kyana safe . . . even the attraction that burns between them. Together they have one chance to save Haven from herself . . . to save humanity from hell on earth.


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Review: Bedeviled (Dark Breed #2)

User Review  - Amy Braun - Goodreads

Great sequel with lots of action, danger, and drama. I was glad that Kyana and Ryker started working through their issues. While I like the world building and the mythology, I was hoping for a little more insight. It's a fun series and I can't wait to see how it ends. Read full review

Review: Bedeviled (Dark Breed #2)

User Review  - Desiree - Goodreads

I didn't like this book. I thought it was WAY too far fetched and unreasonable. To many ridiculous things had to transpire to move the plot along. It was all about how evil holds all the cards, has ... Read full review


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Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
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About the author (2011)

Sable Grace is the writing team of Heather Waters and Laura Barone,long-time critique partners and friends who came together by fluke to discover their voices fit quite nicely during a writing experiment. The story became far too interesting to put down and Sable Grace was born.

Both Heather and Laura reside in Florida, are happily married to their real-life heroes, and are, well, complete opposites. Still, there’s enough common ground for them to weave their words together in the voice of Sable Grace.

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