By Juliet Dark
A can’t-miss learn for enthusiasts of Deborah Harkness and Karen Marie Moning, The Angel Stone weaves a story of historical folklore and exciting delusion with a passionate love tale that transcends time.
For Callie McFay, a half-witch/half-fey professor of folklore and Gothic literature, the struggle to avoid wasting the enchanted city of Fairwick, manhattan, is much from over. After a adverse takeover via the Grove—a sinister workforce of witches and their cohorts—many of the neighborhood fey were banished or killed, together with Callie’s one real love. And in preference to the spirit of tolerance and concord, the hot management at Fairwick collage has fostered an air of possibility and mistrust.
together with her targeted magical skills, Callie is the one one that can rescue her acquaintances from exile and fix order to the school—a activity that calls for her to discover the Angel Stone, a mythical talisman of sizeable strength. Propelled on a unprecedented quest again to seventeenth-century Scotland, Callie dangers her lifestyles to acquire the stone. but while she encounters a beautiful incarnation of her misplaced love, she reveals the better chance is to her middle. because the destiny of Fairwick hangs within the stability, Callie needs to make a wrenching selection: reclaim an opportunity for everlasting ardour or shop every little thing she holds dear.Praise for The Angel Stone
“Intelligently written and visually attractive . . . This tale is a sheer delight.”—RT publication Reviews
“Dark skillfully entwines the previous and current, the mundane and magical, love and loss, to spin a fantastically nuanced and sensuous story rooted in legend and lore.”—Booklist Praise for Juliet Dark
“Dark’s letter-perfect gothic variety is a pleasing tribute to prior gothic novels, and the magical parts, together with incubi, fae, vampires, and witches, make this a stellar romance.”—Booklist,
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