True Refuge (The Refuge Trilogy, #1)

True Refuge (The Refuge Trilogy, #1)

The Refuge Trilogy #1

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by Annabelle McInnes

Deal Price: $1.99

Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2017-09-01

Pages: 250 Pages

ISBN: 9781489251015

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International bestseller and 2018 Australian Romantic Book of the Year Award Finalist.

Book one in an emotional, passionate, dramatic trilogy about a world gone to hell, and the hell we hold inside…

The human race has been all but wiped out, along with our best traits: compassion, empathy, and generosity.

Euan is a survivor. In a dystopian wasteland infused with violence and cruelty, he protects something invaluable. His love for Nick and the solace that comes with the connection keeps him from destruction, and offers him that most elusive and dangerous emotion of all –
hope.

But happiness comes at a price and a hunting trip leaves Nick vulnerable to the evil that still infects the world. When Euan returns, he finds Nick broken and bloody, irrevocably damaged in both body and soul.

Now Euan's only goal is to find a place for Nick to heal, a safe place, a refuge where they can rest, recover and repair their love. When they risk a raid on an abandoned house, they discover the unthinkable, the rarest treasure of all. A woman.

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Annabelle McInnes

Annabelle McInnes

From the age of sixteen, Annabelle lived in a youth refuge while she remained committed to her education. She spent two yearswithin a section of society that most overlook.Her experiences are the foundations that drive her stories and her characters. They fight for their freedoms, have courage in theface of adversity and always aspire for greatness.Annabelle is privileged to live in a small rural town in country New South Wales. She writes to a distinctive Australian backdrop withits captivating change of seasons. Outside of her love for reading, she spends her time with her husband, son and poodle namedSerendipity. She...
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