Katherine's place is the same as any woman's - on the shelf next to the dresses and bolts of cloth. When she's sold to a warlock, life grows even bleaker. Her new owner is as old and rancid as he is cruel, driving her to do the unthinkable: run.
Nothing prepared her for being on her own. And she's definitely unprepared for the warlocks hunting her down. But she must stay one step ahead because if caught, the best she can hope for is death.
©2014 Janeal Falor (P)2014 Janeal Falor
The audiobook was terrific--Narrator Maria Pendolino has a soothing and young voice.
I was really drawn by the description and stories around the Tarnishes, I also loved how nasty the character Elton was.
I have not!
I listened to this book in one setting. It was a quick listen and engaging enough to where I could see myself in the forest alongside Katherine, Charles, and the Tarnished
I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo
No I wouldn't.I wanted to like this book,but it was just too wordsy and negative for me.
That the 'Tarnished' could take your punishmant foe you.
well,I can see how some would like this book,so for them,yes.
I really wanted to like this book.I liked the narrator of this book.She has a way with voices.The main character of the story ,Katherine,just didn't click with me.There were way too many same descriptions and 'as women' or 'as worlocks were intended to be' in it.
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