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The Foxworth Coven, Book One, Death of Innocence

by Kayden McLeod

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Putting her trust in a man she thinks she loves, Canya never imagined there would be consequences in doing so. When she accidentally becomes pregnant, she believes that Thomas will do anything to protect her and the child she carries. She never once considered that he never wanted to be a father. Giving her a poison that causes her to expel the child, Thomas' betrayal eats her deep inside.

Coming across the injured woman, Gregory Foxworth finds himself drawn to the beautiful creature. He yearns to save her. To show her that not everyone is as cold and callous as the man she put her trust in. Recognizing the fact that she's like him in some ways, he does his best to heal her and takes her home shortly after, praying that she will overcome her ordeal. Unfortunately, her actions have dire consequences.

Tossed into the streets, Canya is forced to make it out on her own. She refuses to succumb to the injustices that have been done to her and is intent on fighting for what she believes in. When Gregory comes to her aid once again, she's thankful for the turn of events that no longer leave her wanting. She soon makes the transition into a family that loves her just as much as she loves them.

Jealousy and betrayal follow their every wake. Gregory's brother, Antonio, is intent on making their life hell. He's always wanted what his brothers have had - a loving wife and a beautiful family. When the past catches up with them, Gregory wonders if he'll be able to keep his family together. Or will he lose them to a man he once trusted as one of his own?

This book was a great read. Granted, there were a couple of typos and words where they shouldn't be, but I didn't let that detract from enjoying the story. Kayden lays the foundation for what will be a great series. I'm truly looking forward to reading the next book in the series. ( )
  LizzieBeth95 | Nov 26, 2011 |
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