Shifting Trust by Meredith Clarke

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Foretelling prophecies? Shifter packs? Vampire blood?
How did these words become a part of my life?
It wasn’t long ago they were only tales in legends I used to tell my tour groups.
The morning I wake up surrounded by the four hottest men I’ve ever known, I realize there is no going back to my old life.
They’re my mates. Yes, you read that right.
My mates.
And they’ll do anything to keep me safe and protected.
The way they look at me is enough to make me lose my mind and heart, four times over.
Only, the Crescent City pack can’t slay all the demons for me.
They need my help to take down the biggest evil in town.
I need theirs to understand my past and my destiny.
But there are other worlds that exist.
Worlds that threaten to tear me from my fated mates and sever what matters to us the most.
I won’t stop until I have the truth.
What I learn on the other side of the veil could destroy everyone I love.
I’ll fight with every last breath to hold on to the future I’ve been promised.

  • File Name:shifting-trust-by-meredith-clarke.epub
  • Original Title:Shifting Trust (Crescent City Witch Book 2)
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B08VGHCLR2
  • Date:2021-02-21T16:00:00+00:00
  • File Size:297.584 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Copyright
  • 3. Contents
  • 4. Chapter 1
  • 5. Chapter 2
  • 6. Chapter 3
  • 7. Chapter 4
  • 8. Chapter 5
  • 9. Chapter 6
  • 10. Chapter 7
  • 11. Chapter 8
  • 12. Chapter 9
  • 13. Chapter 10
  • 14. Chapter 11
  • 15. Chapter 12
  • 16. Chapter 13
  • 17. Chapter 14
  • 18. Chapter 15
  • 19. Chapter 16
  • 20. Chapter 17
  • 21. Chapter 18
  • 22. Chapter 19
  • 23. Chapter 20
  • 24. Chapter 21
  • 25. Chapter 22
  • 26. Chapter 23
  • 27. Chapter 24
  • 28. Chapter 25
  • 29. Shifting Blood Releases on 3/22!
  • 30. About Meredith Clarke
1 comment
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Book Worm

Not as good as the first book, unfortunately. The bond between the mates, which seemed so strong in the first book, was disappointingly weak in the second. Also the author seemed to be stretching the book thin to maybe get a third book out of a simple enough plot. It read so long winded and unecesarrily detailed- so well, dull.... Too bad :(

Reply8 hours ago
  • k. S

    I agree the first book wss so much better and I expected the second one to be much better

    8 hours ago