A Chance for Charity (The Immortal Ones, Book 1) by S. L. Baum

By S. L. Baum

When you reside lengthy enough... love (and risk) will locate you.

Seventeen-year-old Charity usually alterations her city and her identify, with hopes to start a brand new existence. yet it's most unlikely to fly less than the radar in tiny Telluride, Colorado. whilst fellow newcomer hyperlink enters her existence, her plan to begin over with a fresh slate unravels. Charity quickly realizes that you should by no means really go away your previous in the back of, whereas hyperlink discovers that mortals aren't the single beings to stroll this earth.

The Immortal Ones - Winner of the 2012 Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer's selection Award for most sensible YA sequence.

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