SHIFTING THE VEIL by Ellen Cross

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SHIFTING THE VEIL by Ellen CrossShifting the Veil by Ellen Cross
Series: Preternatural Rescue Centre #9
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Gay, Menage, Paranormal

The Halloween season has arrived.  A time for human trick or treats and a time when all others know the Veil between worlds is thinnest.  Hopefully it will also be an opportunity for the guardians to locate a missing member of their team.

 

Something told merman Morgan to dive through the portal the dark Mages were shoving their captive shifters and themselves into before it closed.  The guardians managed to save the caged peregrine falcon shifter from the same fate, but they were too late to stop any others.

 

At least Morgan managed the feat sight unseen.  After scaling the enemy compound Morgan comes across the last person he expects to see, Toby.  The mixed vampire, shadowkin/Elf has been telepathically helping the guardians for some time from his cell within the compound.  He refuses Morgan’s attempt at freeing him, saying that he’s still needed in the enemy camp.  It’s not time for him, but the merman must free the shifters before they can be used again.  The significance of the shifters to Morgan becomes apparent the moment he locates their cells.  Freedom is the goal.  By any means necessary.

 

An endearing romance comes alive.  Enjoy the adventure in Shifting the Veil, the ninth installment in the popular Preternatural Rescue Centre series.  Noble Morgan deals with one loving mate and another very prickly mate as the guardians battle the ultimate evil.  The merman is challenged time and again to prove his love with patience and passion. This addictive series keeps getting better and better with each new book.

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