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Publisher's Summary

Fulfill three quests, return the missing shards of an evil sword, or people die. Nothing a wounded Russian sorcerer and an artist with a talent for roping can’t handle.
Rodion Czernovitch is in Nocturne Falls recovering from a serious injury and working hard not to fall for his sister’s best friend. When evil comes knocking on his door and she accidentally gets in the way, it’s time to quit brooding and start preparing for battle.
Carina Valdis just wanted a cup of coffee. But when she ran into her bestie’s brother - her big crush - and subsequently into an evil wizard’s curse, it’s going to take all her skill and patience to teach the overbearing warrior that love and wit (and a couple of rope tricks) can conquer all. Even the threat of death.
©2017 Kristen Painter (P)2018 Kristen Painter
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5 out of 5 stars
By Dawn on 02-18-18

Nice addition to the Nocturne Falls Universe series

Sela Carsen has written a nice addition to the Nocturne Falls Universe series. I enjoyed the characters very much. The ending was quite endearing. I recommend this book/audiobook to Nocturne Falls and Nocturne Falls Universe fans.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Mary on 08-14-18

Didn't enjoy the way the story was written

I always love the Nocturne Falls series but the guest writer for this book had me very confused with the storyline. It seems like the first half of the book flowed along nicely but then the second 1/2 got choppy. The author seemed to go from the present to the past without you realizing what was going on. There were many chapters I had to re listen to just to totally understand what was going on with the story. Also, to me the characters more as likable as previous Nocturne Falls characters.

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