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Quiver of Cobras

Fractured Faery Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Gabrielle Baker
Series: Fractured Faery Series, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 2 mins
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One wondrous faery with stupendous magical skills and a superior mind (not to mention incredible modesty). One drop-dead gorgeous, green-eyed stud muffin and his evil Fey brother. And the end of the world. Maybe.  

Madrona might still not remember anything about her past, and she might be more of an evil villain than a fabulous superhero, but that doesn't mean she can't also be a super spy. With Rubus desperately searching for the magical dragon sphere that can return the faeries back to their homeland - and cause the apocalypse in this land - she doesn't have much choice.  

Someone with wit, intelligence, and strength has to step up and save the world...and if that person happens to look super sexy while doing it, then that's just an added bonus.

©2018 Helen Harper (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-30-18

Talk about leaving you hanging in suspense!!

Yet again such great writing and a gripping story. Superbly read by the talented Gabrielle Baker.
I can’t wait to hear what happens next!!

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  • 10-28-18

Good continuation

While I still enjoyed this book, I liked it less than the first book in this series. The main character got on my nerves a bit, especially her repeated catch phrases.