The King Of The Rogues

The King Of The Rogues

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Athena Snow couldn't be more happier, when she's invited to the annual ball. At the Cheshire Castle, in the heart of Veyara. Everything around her  is perfect and it truly feels like a dream. But like most dreams.
Nightmares follow closely behind.
As the once mighty Kingdom of Veyara is attacked, by the Rogues. Everything around her is bathed in blood. All her loved ones remain in ashes of fire. As she glances at the large cloaked figure, with golden eyes; staring back at her. A horrifying reality dawns upon on her. One that crashes her soul within. 

The man who has destroyed her home. Beheaded the King and killed  her loved ones. Is none other than. 

The King of the Rogues. Her mate. 

*Not a cliche book. 

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Cover by the amazing @Zammurad

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hungryreaderforever hungryreaderforever May 06, 2017
That's why a lot falling..and the terrifying part is we don't know when we're the next to be falling
amy_bloom amy_bloom Nov 05, 2017
Reading this for like the tenth time cause its literally the best book i've read💗🙌🏽
xNikola-Gx xNikola-Gx Apr 16, 2017
Just thought I'd tell you that in your blurb you have commas and full stops in all the wrong places.
aanyaflax aanyaflax Jan 19
Even I re read the story...
                              I fall in love with these lines every time:)
This is one of the best books I have pleasure of reading. It's unique, captivating and so amazingly written. 
                              My friend, don't ever stop writhing.
yolo1326 yolo1326 Apr 30, 2017
You wrote "The King of the Rogue" here when the title of the book is "The King of the Rogues", also don't capitalize "of" or "the". Just to let u know, not to be mean.