Fang Me - Parker Blue Reviews
Description:ISBN 1611940125 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Parker Blue / Paperback / 194 Pages / Book is published 2011-03-14 by BelleBooks
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by - written on 16/06/11, updated on 16/06/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
With the Encyclopedia Magicka still missing and the Keeper pressing them to help him find it, Val and Shade realise that first they will have to team up with him to find it and decide who keeps it afterwards. Coming to a truce with her human partner Dan, Val explains what has happened and enlists his aid as well. In the meantime her faithful Hellhound is doing a bit more than sniffing around Shade's new King Charles Spaniel Hellhound hybrid. The two dogs seems happy, but what about Val and Shade? Shade seems to spending more and more time with the Keeper and dismissing Val's concerns about him and his motives. Has she messed up again? Worrying that this new love will be Read the complete review
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