Labeled an Arcane, Rachel Ryan wonders if she's human anymore. After she's thrown headlong into the world of the preternatural Rachel learns shapeshifters, faeries, and vampires aren't legends. They've been living hidden in plain sight among humans. In her quest to save a child she will set off a cataclysmic chain of events. Her actions will disrupt the carefully balanced political chess board, casting once powerful pieces to the floor. A werewolf protector, a lost princess, a mad vampire, and an exiled fae named Winter will rise up to challenge the status quo. A war that has been brewing in the shadows for centuries is ready to explode. Rachel must choose where her allegiance lies, tipping the scales, but who is an enemy and who is a friend?
©2014 Bridget Jackson (P)2016 Bridget Jackson
Bridget Blackwood is one of my favorite authors and I love this story along with it's characters. That being said, I'm not as happy with the narration. Ms. Worthy's speech intonation was very short. More of a staccato. Feelings and emotions didn't come across well because she spoke in such a clipped manner. I really feel like the story didn't come across as good as it is because of the performance.
I highly recommend the story!
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