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Cover Reveal - Reborn



To save a kingdom, a prophetess must challenge Fate.

On the day of Yssa’s death and rebirth, the god Apenth chose her as the Phoenix Prophetess.

Sea serpents and gods endanger the young prophetess’s journey and sour the omens. Yssa is
cursed instead of blessed, and her duties at the Temple of Apenth prove it. She spends her days
reading dusty scrolls, which does nothing to help her forget Tym, the boy back home. But the
annoying yet gorgeous ferryman’s son Liam proves to be a distraction she can’t predict, even
though he rarely leaves her alone for two sand grains.

Her boring temple life screeches to a halt when visions of her parents’ murders consume her.
Yssa races across an ocean to stop the future. If she can’t change Fate, she’ll refuse to be the
Phoenix Prophetess any longer. Fate, however, has other plans for her and the kingdom.

Yssa must either accept her destiny or fight to change Fate.

Reborn, book one of The Fate Challenges, by Cherie Reich will be released on May 23, 2014.
For more information about Cherie Reich and her work, please visit her website or blog.




What a very interesting story and gorgeous cover!!!!

Bonnie Rae

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  1. Aww, thanks so much for participating in my cover reveal, Bonnie! Hope you're doing well!

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  2. Satta King, Play Bazaar,mera apna vo hai jo kisi aur ke liye mujhe nazar andaz na kare Satta King Kisi ne mujhse poocha tumhara apna kon hai Play Bazaar Kucch der ki khamoshi ke baad mera jabab tha.

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