An old enemy has returned to Ashland, forcing Gin Blanco to dig deeper for that key piece of evidence. But digging only uncovers horrifying secrets and the sharp sting of betrayal.
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Every bloody thread has been leading to this . . .a confrontation with the dastardly leader of the Circle with Gin racing against the clock to figure out a way to save my friends.
Using various fortune telling tools to interpret her visions, Sunny seeks to aid the residents of Divinity, New York. But when she uses tea leaves to read the frazzled town librarian, what lies at the bottom of the cup is anything but helpful.
I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.”Slaying It” by Chloe Neill Genres: Urban Fantasy Published by Intermix on July 17, 2018 Pages: 77 Format: eBook Source: the library Buy on Amazon|Buy on […]
Seven short stories of clever wit, dark twists, and intense suspense in what threatens to be the fifth and last of the Otherworld Stories. Favorite characters return, secrets are revealed, and several important storylines supposedly reach their conclusions.
The gentle Prince who became a lonely King meets a Selkie, washed-up on the shore. A lone man who becomes entangled with this king until they stroll the streets and the outer world intrudes.
The story of the battlefield where it all began to change between Man and Faerie, and the betrayal required to save them all.