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Tamian by Faith Gibson

Tamian by Faith Gibson

This is book #11 in the Stone Society. Can be read as a stand alone.

Tamian has spent a good portion of his life following his sister around the world. Ensuring her safety. Now that she has a mate he doesn’t know what to do, what’s his purpose, who actually is Tamian St. Claire?

While helping the Stone Society Tamian runs across a potential spy. Her picture stirs feelings within Tamian and he decides to go and personally investigate this elusive female. Only she evades Tamian and they begin a wonderful game of “catch me if you can”.

Lucy Ball is a government agent and not by her own design. She was coerced into her current position and things are about to get much worse. Just as her and Tamian start to make a connection she’s whisked off to a place unknown to perform unspeakable experiments.

She needs to escape but the compound is under intense security. Can her gargoyle save her? Will her own shifter species help? Or will there be destruction and ruin beyond compare?

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Dane by Faith Gibson

Dane by Faith Gibson

Dane is part of the Stone Society which means he’s a gargoyle. Dane though is a half breed; only recently changed due to being around his mate Marley.

Dane is now the Chief-of-Police for New Atlanta, replacing Kaya who mated with Rafael, the King of the Stone Society. Dane waited to mate with Marley until after a threat from Rafael’s uncle was diminished. Only after one threat was taken out in Greece, a new battle at home begins. Home field advantage may make no difference in this fight.

Dane has to make the decision to put all the cards on table and let Marley decide. Marley too has secrets though. After everything is shared between them, no more hiding, will the fates allow them to hold onto their bond forever and always.

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