Talon - The Change

Talon - The Change

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palominolane By palominolane Updated Jul 06, 2015

Imagine living in a world where you are the last of an age old race, a world where supernatural creatures once prevailed.
 Talon knows exactly what that’s like, she’s lived her entire life believing she is the last of her kind; a race she knows very little of. Her fading memories of a less than delightful childhood her only clue to her ancestry. One rule she never forgot despite her early fascination with them was to stay far away from the Black Slayers, especially the Cursed One. 
 After centuries of living as a pre-pubescent teen something strange happens; suddenly her body starts to develop, maturing at an accelerated pace. Her once dark hair lightens with each passing day, her skin glowing with vitality. 
 Peculiar things start to happen. An encounter with two young men with a curious interest unleash foreign feelings - a strong, irrational pull in the pit of her stomach.
 Talon learns just how hard it is to keep her secret safe and  people are not always what they seem to be.

BoomerT2016 BoomerT2016 5 days ago
@palominolane 
                              LOL... I am reading this again... 
                              YOU'RE GONNA GO VIRAL!! 
                              AND!!! Don't be surprised if you get on New York Times Best Selling Author lists!! 
                              Had to have another dose of Channing!!!
HardcoreAussie HardcoreAussie Dec 01, 2015
Read this book once and loved it! Been looking for it for ages. I was so happy I found it again I went crazy! Love it so much ❤️
henies henies Aug 01, 2015
Well, in my opinion, girls usually ARE the better ones, we run this place
darkbeauty55 darkbeauty55 Jul 09, 2015
Hel! Ya that's the way it's supposed to be!!! I'm likin this story already
xnannersx xnannersx Jan 10, 2015
Sad Avalon hasn't been updated :/ so, I guess I'll check out this book : D
FOREVERYOUNGKAT FOREVERYOUNGKAT Dec 30, 2014
@booklover-kat sadly no.used to but my mother is overprotective