Devastation (Paperback)

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Devastation (Paperback)

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The Beauty and the Beast saga ends with Devastation...

Abused and rejected, Benella strives to regain a purpose for her life that does not involve the beast. However, when her father loses his employment, she finds herself returning to the last place she ever wanted to see.

Alec, Lord of the North, is a man once more, a man Benella doesn't know or understand. As she struggles to reconcile the cold, distant man with the beast she once knew, she must also learn when it is right to forgive and when it is time to move on.

**Adult Romance**

Complete series reading order:
Depravity
Deceit
Devastation

Product Details ISBN: 9781943051120
ISBN-10: 1943051127
Publisher: Melissa Haag
Publication Date: October 21st, 2019
Pages: 282
Language: English

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