Guarding Hope: Child of Fate Series Book 3


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The Academy is in turmoil, the Collapse looming, and Kismet and her Guardians are still reeling from a great personal loss. With no time to recuperate they must pull together even closer than ever before.

Their fate brings them to the fabled city of Shangra where the few Academy survivors plan to regroup and recover their losses. It's a strange place where the Old Magic still reigns, protected from unwelcome outsiders by the mysterious Dome. Or so they think. Trouble follows Kismet as always, and despite discovering new truths about herself and others Kismet and her Guardians are forced to travel to Fairy before they are fully prepared.

Doom and Zen have their own mission to carry out. They must get the word out to the Shifters about the Madness and try to recruit them to ally with what remains of the Academy. All seems to go well until the Collapse strikes again and Doom comes face-to-face with difficult truths. Their journey brings the story back to Loji where they'll be forced to confront unstable magic, vampires, and demons if Creation is to have any chance at all.

Meanwhile in Fairy, Kismet must solve the mystery left behind by her mother and the demands of a selfish Summerland Prince. It doesn't help that someone is trying to kill him. Kismet, Reif, Liam, and Mason struggle to restrengthen their bond with the weight of multiple worlds on their shoulders and both Chaos and the Collapse working against them.

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