The Gift: Awakening by J P McLean

The Gift: Awakening

byJ P McLeanEditorNina MunteanuIllustratorViona Halim

Paperback | November 27, 2015

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When Emelynn Taylor accepts a mysterious gift from a stranger, her life alters irrevocably. Haunted by terrifying abilities she can’t control, Emelynn returns to her abandoned home on the British Columbia coast where she vows to take command of her unruly gift. A near-fatal miscalculation drops her into the hands of a man who steals her breath away, and an underground society who share the gift; but as they steer her into unknown territory, secrets surface and conspiracies unfold. Will Emelynn master her dangerous gift and escape the growing web of perils before they take her life?

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J.P. (Jo-Anne) McLean lives with her husband and a wheaten terrier on Denman Island, one of the northern Gulf Islands off the eastern shore of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
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Title:The Gift: AwakeningFormat:PaperbackDimensions:334 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:November 27, 2015Publisher:WindStorm PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:099360045X

ISBN - 13:9780993600456

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"A thoroughly enjoyable read . . ." -Island Gals Magazine "Fun . . . sensual, full of adventure . . ." -Bill Engleson, Author of Like a Child to Home