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Crowned: A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy Romance (The Gaia Chronicles Book 4)

Crowned: A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy Romance (The Gaia Chronicles Book 4)

Author: Grace White

Category: Book, Polyamorous, Reverse Harem, Paranormal, Angels

Status: Full

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Rating 9

1. Four pairs of eyes watch me expectantly. Waiting for me to deliver our fate. Earth’s. “Terra...” Sol speaks, his voice confident and sure. But I’m rendered speechless, the weight of what we’re facing suddenly too much to bear. “Kitten,” Cael’s voice is softer, a gentle coax. “Are you—” “I’m fine.” I shake my head clear of the overwhelming thoughts. “Just give me a minute.” Turning from them, I brace the counter and take a deep calming breath. All along I’d known there was more to Gaia’s story; her past. But even I hadn’t anticipated this. How could I when I knew so little of how Earth came to be? My eyes flutter shut, a soft sigh escaping my lips when I feel Ross move behind me. “Terra, what did you see?” “Tartarus.” The word cuts through the air like a blade. “He wants to tear a hole in the seam between Earth and the Underworld. He wants...” the words die but someone speaks. “He wants to raise Hell on Earth.” I turn slowly, my cloudy gaze sliding to Sol’s, and nod. “Tartarus? But that’s impossible.” Cael leaps up dragging a hand through his hair. “He’s bound to the Underworld. Just as Gaia and Eros are bound to Elysia.” “Were...” Sol hisses, and we all look at him. “Gaia fell.” “And Tartarus found a way too,” I say around a grimace. “He’s here?” Cael’s mouth hangs open, disbelief in his eyes. “You’re telling us that the God of the Underworld is walking freely on Earth?” “I know what I saw.” I wrap my arms around myself. Ross’ heated gaze sears my skin, but I can’t bring myself to look at him. At any of them. “But I don’t—” Cael starts again but Endo silences him. “Let’s give Terra space to tell us what she saw.” He motions to one of the empty stools and I slump into it. “It was different to when I dream,” I say. “More like a flashback. I was there, with the Oracle.” The guys draw closer but don’t crowd me. Ross stays over by the door, and Cael and Endo take up positions around the other side of the island. Sol lingers on the periphery, disbelief rolling off him. I focus, calling the memory to the surface. Gaia with the Oracle. But the words clog my ...

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