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Chapter 228: Into The Lions Den

Not long after they started to eat, Gabriel arrived and sat down with a folder he dropped onto the table. The group looked at it in curiosity, but it seemed none of them wanted to disturb their happy mood. One glance at Gabriel's face confirmed the severity of what was in the folder. But like the others, Aila wished to enjoy her food and the company of the others. Not only would she have to listen to this news, but after, she would need to read Davian Cross' diary, though it was more from intrigue.

Aila knew already that she would not be taking Gabriel's blood, but from a few lines she read, she knew the diary would be fascinating. How couldn't it be? Davian was the first natural hybrid in history. He was also her ancestor and Amelia's son. 


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I am aiming to finish volume 1 of HUNTED by the end of the month, I am going back to work (commuting to and from London) at the beginning of October which will take up a lot of my time :-(

Please know that I will be focusing on Heart Over Sword (my other novel) before uploading volume 2 of HUNTED. I am not sure when I will start releasing for volume 2, but I will update on my instagram!

Stay safe!

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