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In Chains: Destined Series (Volume 3) Paperback – July 14, 2014
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About the Author
Ever since childhood, Elissa Daye has enjoyed reading stories as an escape from life. When she was a teenager she started to write her own stories that kept her entertained when she ran out of books to read. When she was accepted into Illinois Summer School for the Arts in her Junior year of High School, she knew she wanted to become a writer. Elissa graduated from Illinois State University in December 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and began her teaching career, hoping to find moments to write in her free time. After seven years of teaching, Elissa decided to focus on her writing and made the decision to put her teaching years behind her so that she could create the stories she had always dreamed of. She is now happily married and a stay at home mom, who writes in every spare moment she can find, doing her best to master the art of multitasking to get everything accomplished.
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The unanswered questions that you wondered about in the first two books were wrapped into the conclusion of this series.
One can hope that the light battle could soon continue with more stories of the ladies of Lena.
At times I wanted to scream at Elissa and at others I wanted to hug her!
I don't want to say to much because I strongly believe everyone should read this book, especially if you enjoy reading about strong women, protective men and shifters.