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New York Times best-selling author Alyssa Day introduces the League of the Black Swan and the dangerous game one woman plays when her family's curse dooms her to kill the man she loves.

New York Times best-selling author Meljean Brook delivers a new story in her steampunk world of the Iron Seas... as a man who's lost everything returns home to find that not only is his marriage in jeopardy, but he must now fight air pirates who intend to steal his one remaining treasure - his wife.

And Lucy Monroe, national bestselling author of the Children of the Moon novels unleashes the feral passions of a werewolf on the body, mind, and soul of his prey, his lover, his lifemate.

©2013 Alyssa Day, Meljean Brook, and Lucy Monroe (P)2013 Tantor

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could of been better

I have read books by these authors before . I love Alyssa Day and the black swan story was great. Meljean first book was much better then this one. it was very disappointing and slow paced. I cloud not get into the story plot. I could not enjoy it like I did the first one she wrote. the narrator tired her best but I could not follow the third story due to the slow pace of the second. I will have to go back to this book once I can forget how horrible the second story was.

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