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Caretaker (eBook)

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Caretaker
Caretaker eBook Cover, written by Laken Cane
Caretaker eBook Cover,
written by Laken Cane
Author(s) Laken Cane
Series Silverlight
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 11, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 297 Pages
ASIN B07D1G65KM
Preceded by Bloodhunter

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Caretaker is an eBook written by Laken Cane. It is the second work in the Silverlight series by this author. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: Caretaker
  • Author: Laken Cane
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 297 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07D1G65KM
  • Publishing Date: May 11, 2018


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Plot Summary

Six months ago Angus Stark was sent to prison, and no one on the outside has seen him since. Denied the visitor passes that would get her into the prison, Trinity grows more desperate with each passing day, convinced something terrible is happening to him. She's not wrong. When the sentencing judge's wife goes missing, Captain Crawford brings Trinity in to help track the woman. She agrees to find Madalyn Bennett--if the judge will let her visit Angus. After her visit is granted, Trinity becomes even more convinced Angus is in trouble. With her sexy hunting partner at her side, she sets out to track the judge's missing wife. Every single one of her supernaturals--her men--gather around her to help her free Angus Stark. Because the judge has agreed--if she finds his wife alive, he will give Angus back to her. As problems arise and the vampire master's hold on her tightens, Clayton's very existence is threatened, and Angus’s situation becomes critical, Trinity discovers that battling demons and killing vampires might be the very least of her troubles...

Book Review

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