Excerpt: I trembled as I advanced toward the ring of rowan trees that protected the sacred piece of land in which my ancestors were buried. The cold wind and thick snowflakes stung my cheeks, but cooled the welt the faerie guards had exacted on my hand. I spun around to see if the faeries had remained, but no bodies lit up the cold night. They probably fled back to their island to inform their fellow faes that another hunter had risen.
The wind blew Gwenelda’s waist-long black hair against a long, broad, bare torso that ended in a face so chiseled it looked carved from stone. I trailed my eyes down the man’s chest, over the inked arabesques tattooed on his skin, over the animal-hide loincloth that covered so little of him…
What an interesting story. Cat is torn between trusting her ancestors or trusting the fae. I loved how the author kept you guessing as to who was the really on the good side. The description is well done; I could envision much of the book as I read. If you love magic, then this book is well worth the read. In fact, the only thing I found in the book that I didn’t like was the cursing. I give it 4.5/5 stars.
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