Long before Germany rounded up Romani and sent them to prison camps, the Netherlands declared them undesirables. Yara's caravan disbanded when she was 15 to avoid being driven out of the country. Ten years have passed, and she's been alone for most of that time hiding in caves and abandoned buildings. It's been a lonely life, but at least she still has one.
Stewart conceals his true identity for the best of reasons. He's not actually Romani, even though he's been a caravan leader for many years. In a bold and desperate move, he joins a small band of shifters and Rom to fight the Reich's chokehold on Europe. When they're crossing the border into the Netherlands, vampires attack.
Yara senses Romani near her cave. The stench of vampire comes through loud and clear, too, along with shifters. While not nearly as bad as vampires, her people have always steered clear of them. Another type of magic plucks at her. She can't identify it, but it draws her from her hiding place. That decision tilts her world on its axis when she comes face to face with Stewart's raw masculinity and savage presence. She could still turn tail and run. If she stays, it doesn't require magical ability to recognize her life will change forever.
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- Avid Book Lover
A Thrilling Must-Listen!!!
The Soul Dance Series is an absolute must-listen for all lovers of historical paranormal romance stories! Ann Gimpel outdid herself when she penned this outstanding series! Tarnished Journey was my absolutely favorite book in this series as it concentrated on Stewart’s and Yara’s role in the story. I must admit that Stewart has always been my favorite character throughout this series, and I just knew there was more to him than he lets others believe. Tarnished Journey is filled with magic and non-stop action and adventure featuring the persecuted Romani, shifters of all kinds, vampires, demons, the evil Nazis, fae, druids and let’s not forget…Celtic gods and goddesses and the fight between good and evil. There are quite a few unexpected surprises in store for you as you listen to this final installment of the series. The Gregory Salinas, the narrator, does an excellent job in bringing this story to life. I received this audiobook at my request and I provided this voluntary review.