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The Rule of Three – Book One Spin off of the Bloods Passion Saga By
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Copyright © 2019 Adom Sample. All rights reserved. Published by Adom Sample Edited by Nikki Mentges Cover Design by OA Book Covers This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents either are the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead is purely coincidental.
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Table of Contents Prologue Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Descension Book Trailer Author Dear Reader
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ALSO BY ADOM SAMPLE (PARANORMAL ROMANCE) The Bloods Passion Saga (CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE) Lover’s Gift
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Prologue Anaya Enter a realm unlike anything you’ve ever known. Trust in me and I will show you pleasures you’ve read of only in fantasy,” the voice said. As I gazed into the open view of the dreamland I’d found myself wandering, I couldn’t help but to notice the dark figure in the distance. It was there I would meet him again. He frightened me. I couldn’t tell what it was that made me shudder when I saw his eyes, but some part of me wanted that sensation. The lavish touch of his skin sent me into a fever of guilt and pleasure. I knew I shouldn’t have been doing this, but my nature compelled me to take the chance. He saw in me what no other could. He was my fantasy—my dream. I awoke in the same field as I had for the last few weeks. Each night I was brought here, and I didn’t know how or why. As I lay sprawled on the white grass, I couldn’t help but breathe in the hypnotic fumes that filled the air. It was enchanting as much as it was daunting. The weight of my presence in this euphoric realm forced me to pull myself up. I stood and took in the sights that seemed to change every time I entered this realm of bliss. The sky was a dark blue, littered with red-and-orange clouds, and the ocean in the distance reflected the light of the sky. What was this place, and who brought me here each night? These were the questions I needed answered. Someone was doing this, but whom? I needed to know. I took a step forward. The ground rippled with each footstep as if raindrops were falling into the ocean. That didn’t deter me from pressing on. I had to see what lay beyond the view of my surroundings. Never had I attempted to venture beyond where he told me I could go. Those were just whispers, however. I had to see it. I had to see him .
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