Lost Haven (William Bernhardt's Shine Series Book 7)

Camille’s life hasn’t been the same since her parents' traumatic death. In the aftermath, an intruder breaks into her home. Camille discovers a mysterious thumb drive hidden in her father’s office and realizes the dramatic changes in her life are just beginning. Caught in a spider's web of politics and conspiracy, betrayal and abduction, Camille discovers hiding is not an option--for Shines. More

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Published by Babylon Books
Words: 19,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781948263139
About Sabrina Fish

Sabrina A. Fish is the author of the fantasy romance novel, Diomere's Exile, Book 1 in The Gate Keeper Chronicles, and the author of three YA fantasy novellas in the multi-author Shine series created by New York Times best-selling author, William Bernhardt. She proudly holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Oklahoma. BOOMER SOONER.

Sabrina advocates being involved in the local writing community, and is the 2018 President for the Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc.(OWFI). She is an annual featured speaker at the Rose State Writing Conference and has been a panelist at Wizard World Comic Con.

Born and raised, mostly, in Oklahoma(ask her sometime about the three years she spent lost in a rabbit hole that looked a lot like Texas), she currently lives in Oklahoma City with her husband, son, and two cats, where she owns a trophy company and collects names for her novels from lists of award’s recipients. She loves all things chocolate and her husband is sweet enough to never let the candy dish near her computer become empty. When she isn't writing & promoting her novels or running her company, she can be found reading, scrapbooking, or spending quality time with her family.

To find out more about Sabrina and her books, visit her website www.SabrinaAFish.com

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