Driven

Driven

eBook - 2014
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Jasmin is a 17-year-old shape shifter whose whole world has been turned upside down over the last six months. Her pack has been scattered, she's nearly died more times than she can count, and the boy she cares about more than anyone else in the entire world is in a vampire-caused coma that has every sign of being terminal. Geoffrey has spent untold decades, or possibly even centuries, as a slave to others of his kind, vampires who were stronger and more ruthless than him. Escaping New York cost Geoffrey everything and the holes inside of his memory mean that he doesn't even really understand what it is he lost in his efforts to get away from his former master, Imastious. Vampires and shape shifters are natural enemies, but these two are going to have to find a way to work together. There's more at stake than just their own lives, and forces neither of them fully understand are gathering to make sure that neither of them survive the week. Publisher's Note: For the first time, characters from Dean Murray's Reflections novels will be meeting up with characters from Eldon Murphy's Reflections novels. Before reading Driven, it is strongly suggested that the reader have finished the Eldon Murphy Reflections books up to this point (The Greater Darkness, and A Darkness Mirrored) as well as all of the Dean Murray Reflections titles (Broken, Torn, Splintered, Intrusion, Numb, Trapped, Forsaken, and Riven).--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Firshan Publishing, Inch, 2014
ISBN: 9781310721205
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: Murphy, Eldon - Author
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