Werelove Dusk Conspiracy by Lakisha Spletzer
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Seventeen-year-old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father, mansion, and servants. Yet she is lonely and neglected. Her father would rather work than speak to her. At the academy she is bullied and mistreated.

When Weres attempt to kidnap Laylah, she is saved by the mysterious Donil Silentshadow. Donil rouses feelings in Laylah that make her question her life and her father's animosity toward her handsome rescuer. Confused by these emotions, she seeks answers from those closest to her and is rebuffed.

She must make a choice. Obey her father's edicts or follow her heart to learn the truth about her past.
 

About Lakisha Spletzer

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Lakisha Spletzer is a native of Virginia but currently lives in Citrus County, Florida.When she's not writing, she can be found reading stories from authors Elissa Malcohn, K.L. Nappier, and Piers Anthony, to name a few. The adventures rattling around in her head drive her to put pen to paper so that she may share them with others.She describes her writing style as a blend of her favorite genres. Lakisha Spletzer is a native of Virginia but currently lives in Florida. When she's not writing, she can be found reading stories from authors Elissa Malcohn, K.L. Nappier, and Piers Anthony, to name a few. The adventures rattling around in her head drive her to put pen to paper so that she may share them with others. She describes her writing style as a blend of her favorite genres.
 
Published December 3, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 384 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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RM Garcia 19 Jun 2013

Took me a while to settle into this book because of the large amount of characters the author introduces, but once they were all in play it turned out to be a most enjoyable read.

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