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Pilgrim's Blood: Search for the Lost Vessel - Connie Smith
Pilgrim's Blood: Search for the Lost Vessel
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Spencer Jacobs' life was ordinary, boring even. Her daily routine never varied, she worked as a full time nurse and raised her four year old daughter, Luci, as a single mother. But her entire life was turned upside down the day of the break in. The day she and Luci were attacked by a Berith. ... show more
Spencer Jacobs' life was ordinary, boring even. Her daily routine never varied, she worked as a full time nurse and raised her four year old daughter, Luci, as a single mother. But her entire life was turned upside down the day of the break in. The day she and Luci were attacked by a Berith. The day a mysterious, handsome stranger rescued them, transporting them from the safety and seclusion of South East Texas to New Orleans. Spencer's true identity, which had been hidden from her since birth, had been revealed, and her life would never be boring again. She found herself cast into the underground world of the Children of the Craft, true witches who must live in secrecy along with other creatures of magic and mystical beings. A world where anything was possible and secrets had been kept since the Mayflower Pilgrims had arrived generations ago. The first Pilgrims were not the religious reformists fleeing persecution as history taught, but instead were the first Children of the Craft in this land. Practicing witches and warlocks intent on finding a home to practice their craft with peace and tolerance for all. Spencer was a True Child, she was a Mayflower descendant and she had to accept her responsibility as the Keeper of the Vessel. She, along with her Watcher, Donovan Chambers, had to find the lost Vessel which contained the Pilgrim's Blood to ensure the survival of their families as well as their Coven. Failure was not an option and their quest was made even more difficult by the evil Berith Society, whose members tracked and fought them every step of the way across historical sites in Louisiana and Texas. Suddenly thrust into a world she believed couldn't possibly exist and nothing was as it appeared, Spencer had to embrace her true self and accept not only her birthright, but her destiny as well. The lost Vessel had to be found. Her very life, along with that of her daughter, depended on it.
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781681874630 (1681874636)
ASIN: 1681874636
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
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