The Diamond Bearer's Secret
The Diamond Bearer's Secret,
book 5 of The Unaltered Series
Calli learns that everything she’s been through since receiving a diamond has been in preparation for a much larger purpose.
The Diamond Bearer’s Secret, book five of The Unaltered. An event looms in the future that could end life as she knows it and her assistance is crucial. The problem is, the Diamond Bearers are dividing at a time they should be uniting and she is viewed as a young upstart by centuries-old comrades. They’re not about to let her upset their ranks or move forward with plans that go against their thinking. They’re unaware Calli can hear their grumblings and, through her, Crimson. Neither Calli nor Crimson backed down. The ultimatum still stands: support nature’s will or surrender your diamond.
Problems arise over an anonymous blog revealing critical information about people with powers. The blog must be stopped before the secrets of the Diamond Bearers are released. Unfortunately, the powers contained within the Sanguine Diamond don’t include the ability to shut down a blog–nor do Diamond Bearers rooted in antiquated practices have a clue about how to address this life-threatening issue. Only those who understand how the virtual world works can fight against a virtual enemy.
With everything escalating around them, Chris and Calli still find time to get to know each other better. Will they like what they find? What other information will be found within the files from General Harding’s compound? The more pressing question is, are Crimson and Maetha still keeping secrets from Calli?
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