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Ayla-Jade Scurrah By AJSCURRAH Completed

"Three things cannot be long hidden - the sun, the moon and the truth."

Chance Nightshade is the daughter of the most fearsome Alpha known to the shadow-world. Dominance burns in her veins like witch-fire, but there are those who seek to douse the flames of her autonomy. She has but one guard against their subterfuge: an impossible, inexplicable magic, the ability to tell truth from lies. 

When a prophet comes before the Nightshades with tidings of war - werewolves vs. vampires - the world as Chance knows it is thrown into chaos. Bitter, ancient hatreds consume. Adults scheme. Melbourne is caught in the headlock of an immortal war. 

Through it all, Chance finds her heart divided: she cannot help but come to love the enemy. In the midst of devastation and a web of truth and lies, she must decide whether to stand by old alliances or forge new ones. Who deserves her obedience?  Who is the real enemy, and what are they after? 

What makes someone a true beast? 

*Warning: this book contains violent themes, some coarse language and severely attractive characters.*

[Disclaimer: the opening quote, cover image and chapter media are sourced from the internet and remain the intellectual property of the original artists. The story I own.]

Diversity I love this book, although she isn't the main character, but still, I'm glad this book has diversity.
den_ica den_ica Dec 25, 2016
Wtf did he just openly disregard the prophecy??! No offence but he seems pretty stupid and impulsive
Wow, she just said "Do NOT go to war" and you're still going to war. 
                              I've never met someone more stupid in my life besides you
-RoseQuartz- -RoseQuartz- Dec 07, 2016
Oh that is a GOOD idea especially when you literally got told not to
sarahsyahira03 sarahsyahira03 Dec 12, 2016
Finally a black girl as a character
                              I like this book already
-effete- -effete- Sep 14, 2016
I can see great things happening to this book now 😺😺😺