I am Isabel

Meet Isabel
She gets along with most people, not super popular but she's not a wallflower either
Isabel doesn't need anyone else to protect her and certainly not a boy

She lives with her brother and father and they share a secret that could land them in jail
She can fight almost anyone and win, this girl kicks a$$

Yet Isabel has a past that features in her nightmares and threatens her future

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Words: 86,800
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781370333820
About Gabriëlle Monego

Hello,
Thank you for your interest in my books and myself.
Between distance education, working on the land and taking care of heaps of animals I write fantasy fiction.
Writing is a good way to get away from the drought we are suffering here in the Outback.
We live in Queensland Australia and run a large cattle station.
My first novel Australian Magic has been on Smashwords since May 2014 and the second book, Australian Earth and Fire, has been out since July 13 2014. The third book finished but needs fine tuning (i.e. grammar and spell checks), and the fourth one is half done.
I stopped with the Mediator series for a while because my amazing sister got stolen by leukemia but I'm back.
Just a quick note for the people that have been in contact:
I am rather overwhelmed with the amazing responses I've gotten, thank you!
If you haven't read them yet well,. . .
If anyone tells you book two is better I am not offended but pleased that they liked number one enough to get the second book !!
Honestly, this story has taken a life of its own, I never meant to publish it.
Now I take better care of the story that has become such an unexpected, large part of my life.
I wrote a few unrelated stories that are currently only on Wattpad, if you'd like something extra
Thank you for looking me up and enjoy.
(and if you have some spare time let me know what you thought)
GM

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