From New York Times best-selling author Deanna Chase comes the third book in the Crescent City Fae series.
Willow Rhoswen is finally coming to terms with the fact that Talisen - the healer she thought was the love of her life - has left town and is trying to move on when a rogue vampire poisons three of Allcot's guards. With his most trusted security team on the verge of death, the notorious Cryrique leader orders Willow to bring Talisen back to New Orleans before it's too late.
But when she gets to her hometown of Eureka, California, Willow once again finds herself the target of her brother's murderer. And suddenly no one is who they seem. With spies, secrets, and undercover missions to navigate, Willow's determined to not only survive but to do whatever it takes to protect the ones she loves, all while hopefully getting her happily-ever-after.
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Takes a little to keep all the characters straight, but the story line for the series is great. I really enjoyed it and wished there was more to the story when it was done. Willow and Tal are so good together it's hard to wish Willow and David well. I couldn't help but groan at all the messes that just seemed to pop up for Willow , her roommate Phoebe, David, Tal and the host of supporting characters, but I loved the innovative solutions the author came up with. This is my first series of books for this author, but it won't be my last!
Merry meet merry part till merry meet again
When Both side of Fight converge, People you trust turn out be on other team, and few on the other team is on team. Spys, Moles hidden agents, Death of Someone loved one =(. Can Healing Fae and Earth Fae with help witches and few vamps fight off the Faction who wnt to end Earth Fae's line. There complete off the scale suprise that leave you gasping as battle comes to end everyone heals, and cope with all truths and deaths!!!
Truly epic surprise ending with great battle!
I like the story. the narrators voice has a nice tone and cadence but sentences should end in a downward tone not questioningly. it's hard to listen to. and annoying. I wouldn't buy any others with this kind of narration. too bad.
I think it was a great combination of excellent narration with a great story! Highly recommend this.
This is the third book in the Crescent City Fae series and I strongly recommend that you read the books in order, as it will both significantly increase your enjoyment of them as the plot is very dependant on previous, and avoid major spoilers if you read them in order as the books reveal key plot from previous stories as important information to understand the current plot.
This was another great book from Deanna Chase, the plot this time was less about the love triangle and more about how Willow can function effectively ongoing in a relationship and in her own skin. I think this one had the most personal growth for her and many of the other characters and felt like it was a very settled ending without a lot of loose ends.
The plot was very exciting, as has been the case with all the Crescent City books, and the ending was quite surprising, with characters that were not clearly black or white, but with complex motivations and trust issues. It was fun to follow along as they discovered the clues. I really enjoyed it and look forward to reading another Deanna Chase novel soon!
Honestly, I love reading books for myself on my kindle, but there are a lot of times when I need to be doing something with my hands and eyes, mostly driving to work! What Gabra brings to the story for me is an excellent narration that fits perfectly with how I hear it in my head when I read the book for myself, it makes the transition between written and audio so comfortable and effortless that I did it several times and cannot remember which bits I read and which I listened to. I love that.
I enjoyed Gabra's inflection and speaking and it did not distract from the book.
I Loved how Willow's story ended. I also liked how Deanna tied up the Asher angle.
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A mythical world in the Big Easy!
I really enjoyed this book and listened as I worked. It was a great story to help me get through a busy day. Deanna Chase does not disappoint.
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