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The Magician

Washington, D. C., 2042. Toby Jameson is accustomed to being overshadowed by his brother Nick, but he doesn't have to like it. While attending the funeral of the first lady of the United States, he finds a kindred spirit in Andrea Daniels, the president's daughter. When Nick discovers Andrea's supernatural destiny as a latent leader of the Sentinel race, Toby is happy to accept a secret assignment to protect her as she leaves the Armistice Zone, if only to gain a little distance from his relationship with his lover, Layla.

The Daywalker

Layla, the leader of the Daywalker race, has had 3,000 years to earn her reputation as the Prince of Wrath. Her romance with the strong-willed young Sentinel has been contentious at best, but neither is willing to walk away nor give voice to a deeper commitment. When her protective overtures go awry prior to Toby's departure, provoking them both into frank combat, it seems their relationship is finally doomed. Then a shocking discovery changes everything, casting the very nature of Sentinels and Daywalkers into question.

The Wind

In the wake of her mother's death, Andrea returns to England to escape the watchful eye of her estranged father. When Toby shows up on her doorstep unannounced, she knows he has a hidden agenda, but is willing to overlook his silence in the spirit of friendship that kindled between them at their last meeting. But nothing stays buried forever, and it's only a matter of time before they find themselves fighting for their lives against both the enemy they know and a new menace that has emerged from within the virtual world.

©2011 Arshad Ahsanuddin (P)2017 Arshad Ahsanuddin

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Wow

Holy hell. When I started this book I thought it was going to be a boring story.I only got it cause I like the character Layla, but I couldn't have been more wrong. This story is an emotional rollercoaster where it will pull at the heart strings, before ripping out your heart, throwing it to the ground, stomping on it, then putting back and slapping you in the face. Just to remind you that there is more to come. Kudos to both the author and of course to the narrator Greg. Can't wait to see what happens in the next book.

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Can't get enough

There was so much that happened in this book. There was a point that I was driving home from work when a certain something happened and here I am driving and crying. I loved the AI's coming into their own and was saddened with the loss of some of their lives. There is betrayal & I think they got off way too easily for all they did. We do get introduced to the new Winds but they really didn't play too big a part as the story is still centered around our main characters. I really don't want to start the next book, as it appears its the last, but I have too :)

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A teenage vampire soap opera.

Not really worth the effort. Too many kinds of magic and spells, unrealistic battles and angry siblings. It’s hard to keep straight what is going on.

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