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New Moon Rising

Chelsea Burton Dunn

Preternatural chaos just can't seem to leave Vee alone

After a security breach threatens their survival, Vee and Shane move into a new home and pack headquarters. Before she can even attempt to find a new normal, a new threat arises. Of course it does.

Summoned to her former home after a neighbor calls, she finds a grisly scene just as the mate bond between herself and Shane goes as silent as a tomb.

It is up to Vee to find out how these seemingly random events are connected while stepping into a new role as pack leader. But how can she protect the pack when she barely understands her own abilities and isn't a Werewolf herself?

Book Details

  • Publisher: 4 Horsemen Publications
  • Publish Date: Oct 10th, 2024
  • Pages: 234
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.69in - 1.19lb
  • EAN: 9798823204217
  • Categories: Romance - Paranormal - ShiftersFantasy - UrbanOccult & Supernatural

About the Author

Burton Dunn, Chelsea: - "Chelsea Burton Dunn is a Kansas City native - the Missouri side not the Kansas side. That matters to locals. Where is that you might ask? Right, smack-dab in the middle of the country. She has two beautiful children and is married to a superb partner, but let's not forget their two snuggly cats and eager-eater of a dog.Having always been a little strange herself, she instantly fell in love with paranormal, supernatural, and fantasy books, movies and tv shows as a child. Did everyone think it was a phase? Absolutely. Was it? Absolutely not. Being weird is a blessing, not a curse. She's always embraced that part of herself and those around her.She started writing from a very early age, actually finishing a vampire novel in high school, but had a bad experience with self publishing and has sense left that world she created behind, though she does boast a tattoo of a spade on her finger in its honor. She is a lover of music, having her other love and talent be for singing. She performed on main stage operas in the children's chorus from grade school to high school.Chelsea loves to delve into the difficulties of life, love, and loss, while spicing it up with a little magic and monsters. As she liked to say when she was younger, "the monsters in my head need to come out to play every once in a while," so giving them life on the page seemed appropriate.You can see more about Chelsea, her projects, and find her social medias by going to"

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