The eagerly awaited fourth book of the Hidden Secrets Saga, Compelled continues the journey into the deliciously unique take on werewolves, witches and the living dead!
The secrets of her past have been revealed, but Rouge’s life is still shrouded in mystery. She has learned more and still feels like she had merely scratched the surface as more questions arise that she must find answers to.
The Grollics want her dead, she’s forbidden to be with the boy she loves, and her brother – who is the enemy – may be the only one she can trust. The deeper she digs into the past, the more trouble awaits.
Can she find answers in the ancient journal she carries, or is she opening Pandora’s box?
Seventh Mark - Part 1
Seventh Mark - Part 2
Marked by Destiny
Only the Beginning
Secrets of Destiny
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I love this series I read this in one day couldn't put it down .. Plz hurry with the next one :-)
I love the books. But facts keep changing and it's annoying. Her last name changed. And so did Seth's title. They said he had a understudy who was just like him. Now they're saying he is the understudy. I'm not writing the books and I can keep track. Why can't the author?
Keep facts straighr
These books have a new and unique twist on other stories of its kind. However with each book the grammatical mistakes increase and the author makes mistakes in her story line. Last names get changed, pertinent info changes such as the Siorghra not being able to be taken off except by owner if put on by the owner - book part 1 chapter 7 but in this book Rouge Riding/Thomas and maybe even Thompson at one time - just takes it off and leaves it with a note after Michael puts it on her. These things are distracting and keeps the author from being one of the greats in spite of how good the story. She needs an editor, an outline of important facts and to read the books completely through herself. I won’t start another of her series if she cares more about finishing and selling her work than taking the time to be more accurate and professional. A waste of a good story when the facts keep changing.