By Katherine Keller, Angela Contini, Patrizia Zinni
Alexander Blackwood è un demone spietato e senza scrupoli, abituato advert ottenere sempre ciò che vuole e quello che vuole è l'anima di Deny Grayson, una donna gentile e bella con un grande segreto: è una strega ed è in mortale pericolo.
Due realtà eternamente in conflitto fra loro, due nemici appartenenti a opposte fazioni. Il destino vuole che i due si incontrino e da quel momento le loro vite cambieranno.
Magia, seduzione, crudeltà sullo sfondo di una Scozia romantica quanto oscura.
Potrà l'amore tormentato del demone e della strega sconfiggere nemici potenti e pericolosi, disposti a tutto pur di raggiungere i rispettivi scopi?
Immergetevi nelle atmosfere del primo romanzo della serie "The Shadows Saga".
"Voleva vivere consistent with lui, consistent with loro due, in step with abbattere tutte le barriere che li dividevano. Aveva trovato l. a. sua ancora di salvezza, aveva trovato una ragione in line with sentire battere il suo cuore ogni singolo istante."
Biografia: Katherine Keller è l'alterego letterario di Angela Contini e Patrizia Zinni, due amiche che condividono moltissime passioni tra cui los angeles scrittura, il fable e soprattutto Smallville che le ha fatte conoscere alcuni anni fa. Angela ha già pubblicato il suo romanzo di esordio “Biscotti alla vaniglia” mentre Patrizia è un'autrice alla sua prima esperienza.
Entrambe adorano entrare in libreria, gironzolare tra gli scaffali e scegliere i libri da comprare. Preferiscono immergersi nella magia di un bel romanzo piuttosto che guardare l. a. televisione, anche se non disdegnano alcuni serials americani che sono oggetto di lunghe e divertenti chiacchierate.
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I serve the High Queen. It’s the choice I made, he repeated as usual. “Some choices can be traps. Do you honestly think that staying the course just because you once thought it was right is wise? ” Enough, Rae. He raised his voice inside their body. Can we not… argue? Take the body where you will, Rae. Devlin sounded both wearied and hopeful. Rae heard the hope in his voice. It was small progress, but it was progress. C HAPTER 5 Ani and Tish flung themselves down the street toward the Crow’s Nest.
Here, he was known for what he was, the Queen’s Bloodied Hands. The girl’s assessment was a singular event. Her cheeks became pink as she boldly stared at him. ” He stepped toward her. “I exist to keep order for the queen of Faerie. ” The girl fainted. Devlin leaped forward to catch her and knelt on the ground, arms empty—as her form settled inside of his skin. He couldn’t hold the insubstantial, but she apparently could take residence in his body as if it were her own. Her voice was in his head.
Again. C HAPTER 4 Rae walked into the image of a tiny kitchen. Ani stood in the doorway, leaning against the doorframe. A memory played out in the adjoining room. The tableau was set in a different era than the one where Rae had lived. It was familiar though: it was a memory that Ani replayed over and over in her dreams. So, Rae waited for the memory to run its course. “You know. ” Ani practiced cartwheels on the sofa. “I was six. ” Tish rolled her eyes. “I remember she was nice. She read books.