Blood Ties

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Blood Ties
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The hunter becomes the hunted…

K 3 4 G E N is Solgen Laboratories number one hunter. He’s genetically enhanced and has a high IQ, heightened senses, and thanks to lycan DNA, he is stronger and faster than any man. It’s taken him a year to find Solgen Labs most wanted escapee; Gabriel, a lycan, and K 3 4 G E N is finally bringing him in, but despite his one hundred percent retrieval rate, his title and life are about to expire.

The labs have created a new hunter, a female. G H 0 5 C T – She’s faster, stronger, and has a new genetic enhancement that gives her the edge. She’s a trained killer, and is eager to replace K 3 4 G E N, robbing him of his title and crown.

Feeling betrayed, K 3 4 G E N turns to his enemy, Gabriel. He hands Gabriel a file containing details of his sister, who was executed at the hands of Dr. Keller, the founder of Solgen Labs. Seeking an alliance, he offers to help Gabriel find out what happened to his sister.

Gabriel must make a choice; trust the hunter, or run and hide as he had done previously.

Find out who G H 0 5 C T is and why she wants K 3 4 G E N’s title by reading Blood Ties.

Other genres by this author

Fantasy Romance, fantasy angels, teen and young adult, erotica

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Series: Blood Trilogy, Book 1
Genre: Science Fiction
Publication Year: 2015
ASIN: B019QTBI6U
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About the Author
Julie Nicholls

I'm English and currently reside in Bulgaria with my husband and our two fur babies, Kira & Mishka. Each day I write or create art-something I do with passion. Living in rural Bulgaria gives us peace and quiet, and wine. We're surrounded by vineyards and glorious views, for which I’m truly grateful. Perfect surroundings for a writer.

 

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