Veles sets events in motion that will change the course of Jadwiga’s destiny. Jadwiga knows she needs to keep the monster pacified, until she discovers she can steal his firelight and gain access to the Gate.
It’s a case of controlling parents and arranged marriages with twist after curse after betrayal for Aiden Connolly and Theodora O’Toole, as Kennedy Bennett does her best to survive attacks and kidnappings and salvage a quartet of cursed paintings.
He’s old money, and he wants Kennedy to provide all the furniture, antique mind you, for a too-modern office into an employee lounge that can double as a place to entertain clients. Not. It’s a mission of acquisition that will, hopefully, find Kennedy’s kidnapped sisters. And hope the gods don’t interfere.
I received this book for free from my own shelves in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Serpent’s Shadow by Mercedes Lackey Genres: Paranormal Fantasy, Historical Published by DAW on March 1, 2002 Pages: 403 Format: eBook Source: my own shelves […]
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