We're the D'Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Camille is a wicked-good witch with three gorgeous husbands. Menolly is a vampire married to a werepuma. And me? I'm Delilah, a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden.
While the war in Otherworld is expanding, so is my newly renamed PI business. And my next case is about to make life very interesting. While waiting for Shadow Wing's next move, I decide to revamp my ragtag PI agency into the Cat's Eye Investigations firm. My first client turns out to be our cousin Daniel.
During the grand reopening for the Wayfarer, he shows up while being chased by a rampaging ghost. Daniel has procured a rare and valuable sword, and a ring of ghostly warriors comes attached to it. Protectors of the soul trapped within it, the spirits are out to stop anybody who threatens the weapon.
As my sisters and I unravel the history of the sword, we quickly realize that the entity locked within the blade is a dangerous king from times gone by - and he's about to break free and try to recover his crown.
©2015 Yasmine Galenorn (P)2015 Recorded Books
I believe this is book 17 in the sisters of the moon it's good storytelling I like everything about the book I just feel that it's very slow pace through each book we don't really get anything done but all in all it's just a good listen. I do wish Miss Galenorn would move on the storyline a little bit quicker, find the spirit seals, move on with the girls lives, it just seems to stalled so often that I'm reluctant to purchase the book because I don't feel like I get enough out of it
I just love this series. Ms Galanorn seems to write very, very excellent books to help us remember how to DREAM! Thank You for your hard work, we ALL appreciate it!
This is book 17, what happened to the fight against Shadowing? So many side plots and characters it's really becoming annoying and getting away from the original story. Yes there were a few pieces of background information that helped bring other back story together, but all the other stuff just was fluff to fill until the next book. Why?
Yes this series, and it's getting a bit boring and anti-climatic waiting for the "Spirit Seals" and the war with "Shadowing" to come to a head. This is book 17 and it's not even getting close to a finish line, just a clue in the end about a new general that will be in charge of Shadowing's army. How many more books will it take to get to the end of this. I don't mind side stories if it leads to the main plot. This one really didn't even come close to touching on "OtherWorld" and the War with Shadowing.
The was one in which some of the past was tied together, but I don't want to give it away Or maybe I should so people can save a credit. It's about Delilah, meeting with her twin and having things explained to her as to why nothing was mentioned to any of the sisters about the twin while either of the parents were alive.
I think this book could have been not even written and the information that was needed put in a book that went on with the main story about the Spirit Seals and Shadowing. I felt this book was just filler to keep people buying books. Yes there has to be another book and at this rate there will be at least 5 or 6 more. Who knows. It seems to me the Author is getting either greedy or can't get a conclusion put together for this series.
Get it together, I'm not sure I'll even get the next book unless it gets more involved with the ending of this series. Some authors get caught up with their characters and don't know how to put their series to a good ending. Follow Kim Harrison, with the "Hollow's series" that had a great ending after 13 books. Had a great ending though not perfect. I felt every credit I spent was worth it. I'm feeling reluctant to get into any more in this "Otherworld/Sisters" series. I don't know how others feel but I will question purchasing the next book in this series.
Finally, the story is moving again. Tying up some loose ends. Interesting direction thing are moving in. So glad it is just not one big love scene after another. Yes, I would suggest reading.
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