She can battle darkness, but she can't fight love.
Ember Morrow was promised to the knights of Conatus at birth, her life traded for her mother's. So when the horsemen come for her, soon after her 16th birthday, Ember's not surprised. What does surprise her, though, is the magic the knights wield, the demons they hunt, and the feelings she has for Barrow Hess, the powerful man she serves.
When the knights realize that one among them is dabbling in dark magic, danger heightens and Ember must choose whether to follow the path to darkness or to escape the order and pledge her life to destroying her fellow knights.
With action, adventure, magic, and tantalizing sensuality, this breathtaking prequel to the Nightshade series delves into the history of Bosque Mar and the origin of the rift between the Keepers and the Searchers.
©2012 Andrea Cremer (P)2012 Listening Library
I am listening to this right now and it doesnt follow the other 3 books. im sooo lost and confused on how this is part of the nightshade series.
I usually don't listen to audiobooks too many times over but my husband and I both agreed that this book was made well.
I was very intrigued by the olden day ideas brought forth in this book, its set way back in time and gives a great backstory to the series.
She truly brings out the scottish feel to the book, she does very well in her accent, as well as her emphasis on the correct parts of emotions.
Another Brave woman fights her way out of gender roles and joins the Knights of Conatus as one of their own.
I like Andrea Cremer's stories.
The girl who did the first three, Rebecca Lowman.
Sile Bermingham does a good job of reading, it's a good pace. However, she seems to have a list, which combined with her accent sort of makes it seem the looney toon, Slyvester the cat is reading the book. It's incredibly distracting.
the unknow of how things are going to go
Ember she has a good love story in the making
Embers first time in the field
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