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Ever Touched (Fey Touched #3) One Secret Remembered, Another Forgottenwhich One Will Explode First Brianna Has Two Problems She Cannot Remember Her Past, And She Astrally Projects To Another Woman Who Has Predictions Tortured Out Of Her As A Result, She Is Lonely And Feels Distanced From Her Co Workers The Only Family She Has Ever Known The Fey Touched Hunters She Is Their Intelligence Gatherer, And Her Episodes Are Interfering With Her Ability To Do Her Job.When Fey Touched Hunter Cobra, Her Friend, Finds Her Alone And Injured From An Episode, She Accepts His Help But She S Terrified Of Doctors And Of Being Thought Mentally Ill, So She Refuses To Tell Him What S Wrong Or Let Him Take Her To Get Medical Help Still, Cobra Continues To Help And Protect Her They Find Themselves Falling In Love.But Cobra, Too, Has A Secret That Could Rip Their Fragile Bond Apart When Brianna Discovers Through Her Episodes That Someone Has Plans To Destroy The Fey Clans, The Fey Touched Decide To Put Their Hatred Aside And Help Them But It S Not Just A Matter Of Someone With A Grudge There Are Other, Powerful Players Beings Thought To Be Legend.As They Unravel The Mystery, Brianna S Episodes Become Frequent And Dangerous Until She Is Faced With A Choice To Find The Mystery Girl And Help The Fey Clans, She Must Risk Opening Herself Up To The Hunters And To Cobra, And Put Her Own Life On The Line But Is She Prepared For The Answers She Ll Find


10 thoughts on “Ever Touched (Fey Touched #3)

  1. says:

    I really enjoy this series The characters in this series are complex and easy to relate to The world the author built has lots of different sides and layers I was very interested on what Brianna was going to decide in this book and I think it was a good ending I received thi...


  2. says:

    EVER TOUCHED, book three in the Fey Touched series, was my introduction to Erin Zarro s ecosystem of Hunters, Fey, Ascended, Rogues and various human agents It was not the variety that kept me reading, but the unique...