David and Lia got married! Then rumors surface that David is selling ancient artifacts. Amelia and company must expose the real culprit and Egypt is their best chance. Drug dealing, moral misconduct, then the question of an illegitimate child is thrown at Ramses’ head.
“Sarah has gifts we cannot train,” the letter whispered to her. As these gifts manifest, an attempt is made on her life. Isabelle Harton will need help from the Elemental Masters, and that means seeking out the man who broke her heart — the Wizard of London.
In this dark and atmospheric rendition of the Cinderella fairy tale, an intelligent young Englishwoman is made into a virtual slave by her evil stepmother. Her only hope of rescue comes in the shape of a scarred World War I pilot of noble blood, whose own powers over the elements are about to be needed more than ever.
For seventeen years, Marina Roeswood had lived in an old, rambling farmhouse in rural Cornwall, growing up to be a free thinker in an environment of fertile creativity and cultural sophistication. But the real core of her education was far outside societal norms. For she and her foster parents were Elemental Masters of magic, and learning to control her growing powers was Marina’s primary focus.
Nothing like a murder to whet Amelia’s appetite, and when it includes a trip to Egypt—after five long years away, Emerson can be counted on to pack up.
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 […]
Amelia Peabody inherited two things from her father: a considerable fortune and an unbendable will. The first allowed her to indulge in her life’s passion. Without the second, the mummy’s curse would have made corpses of them all.