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The Sun Child

Publisher: FriesenPress
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Fantasy
Sub Genre: Fantasy
Language: English
Spice Level:
4/5

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

Ancient Greek powers meets our modern world

Shelley’s life is perfect just the way it is, peaceful and uneventful, until one morning when she wakes to a voice whispering for her to run. This scared her tremendously and with this fear mounting within her making her body temperature fluctuating with extreme heat. She finds herself on edge, fearful and always looking over her shoulder, as if someone is following her. In survival mode, she decides to run as if her life depended on it. She flees from country to country until she finds herself in France, still hearing that voice who keeps telling her to run. She eventually makes her way to Paris and the serenity of the city is just what she is looking for, but that feeling of desperation still lingers within her. She meets a man that will change the course of her life. Philippe is her destiny and with the instant connection they have for one another, he will definitely make it hard for her to run again. She also befriends a priest by the name of Father Mark who convinces her to stay in Paris and to accept his help. He feels compelled to save her but they are unaware of the clergy’s plan to entrap her. Philippe swore to protect her at all cost but she will put his love to the test in more ways than one. Their destiny will soon be unveiled as they travel on a road of self-discovering which could unleash Shelley’s power, a power so great that it could end mankind. Can Philippe keep his promise or will he sacrifice her to save his own life?

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