Tarian Xannon fights demons like the rest of us. This time, the demon just happens to be real. When Tarian Xannon is blindsided by a demon-like creature who steals her blood it launches a chain of events that unravels her life. She has no idea who he is or why he attacked, but it becomes increasingly clear that he'll stop at nothing to steal her power, and her life. And somewhere in the shadows, another enemy plans to take advantage of the situation. Tarian works to unravel the plot, while trying to save her family, her life, and her magic. But will her own power be enough? Or are some things Stronger than Magic?
The pacing was excellent, the reader did a fantastic job, there were times when I was listening and so enthralled that I was totally on auto pilot (wh..Show More »ich was a little scary... ;)« Show Less
Book 2 of the Xannon Series introduces Macari, First Daughter of the Benata Daemon Court. Daemons have lived thousands of years sequestered on their own plane, separated from humans by the Between, a barrier thought to be impossible to cross. But nothing stops the Corsairie, a storm of Air magic that holds all of history in its grasp. Macari is the only daemon capable of Walking the Wind, a talent she uses every day to witness history unfold. Her latest report stirs old wounds and forgotten fears in the most powerful daemon of all, her mother.
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It's been several months since an attack on Tarian Xannon started a chain of events that resulted in her mother's murder and her current pregnancy. Her body is an unwieldy mass gestating what feels like an alien. And the intense magical power already emanating from her unborn daughter makes Tarian more uneasy than she'd ever admit.
The pacing is excellent, non-stop action. The reader does a great job. Can't wait to listen to the continuing saga of the Xannon family.
The whole world can change in 24 hours. When magic falls on the streets of Philadelphia, a young undercover detective must learn to harness her own budding abilities in order to stop a trafficker from taking girls, then selling them on the black market.