#6, The Family Creed
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
~ Five brothers, one family tragedy, untold heartache. ~
I am the missing piece.
The little girl lost.
The heartache that has haunted my family for over a decade—their greatest joy and their greatest pain.
Over the last ten years, I’ve lived in the memories of those I love the most, trapped in their tears, weaved into the fabric of their lives, whispering the truth to their souls.
But it’s time for me to tell my story.
It’s finally my time.
My name is Claire Creed.
I am The Dove.
***This is the sixth and final book of this 6-part emotional family saga series. You have followed the Creed family and gotten each brother’s love story. You also finally know what happened to Claire—it’s time to hear it in her own words.
***Due to violence, graphic content, and potential triggers, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18. Please read with care.
***Also, please take note that The Dove is not a standalone novella. It is not a romance and it does not have a traditional happy ever after ending.
I cannot stress this enough.
It also contains HUGE spoilers for anyone who has not already read the series. So, if you haven’t read the first five books . . .
Do not pass Go, do not collect $200. Go do that first. I’ll wait for you here.
I promise it’s worth it.
Here they are in order:
The Executioner (Asher Creed)
The Rainmaker (Levi Creed)
The Gunman (Jamison Creed)
The Prodigal (Joshua Creed)
The Silencer (Silas Creed)
If you have read all of these, well, then you’re ready for Claire’s story.
Buckle your seatbelts, kids. It’s about to get emotional.
An Ending to a great series
For 5 books we learn who Clare is as her disappearance unfolds. We learn how loved she is and how her 10 years of missing effected her family. In the Dove we learn what happened 10 years ago. It wraps up the Creed series by giving us all the answers. The Dove is a different style book that leaves you without a romance but with a different type of ending. It fulfills a missing part of the mystery. The story is very short and can be read in about 30 minutes to an hour.