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Publisher Description

Invisible to the man she loves, Reeve Lennox fights to reclaim him from a dark world.

As her wedding day nears in Acarsaid, her betrothed Arden offers only his wayward soul and saucy tongue. At night she desperately tries to reach Bran, the young soldier of nightmarish Tenebris who holds her heart. However, her king insists that the realms of Tenebris and Acarsaid must remain separate, lest the evil wizard Rancore brutally conquer all.

But the dark magic of Tenebris defies mere distance. A war is coming, one only Reeve may be able to prevent, if she can reunite her family on opposing sides.

With two kingdoms at stake, Reeve must discover her strength and her family's legacy before all is lost. Yet righting the wrongs of the past may require the sacrifice of her truest love.

Young Adult
March 26
Uncommon Universes Press
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

jesusrocks4ever ,

A story of hope, hope, hope and then some. <3

Oh My. This book was SO good!!

It had everything I wanted and then some. I didn't expect for my views to change of Arden, but they did. And I am so happy that they did! He is such a phenomenal character and has sooooo many layers that he is not just the smooth dragon we were introduced to in the beginning.

Bran. Be still my heart. He already captured my heart in All That We See or Seem, but he *stole* it in the first chapter of this story. He is such a fantastic hero and absolutely adore him to pieces. Team him up with Reeve and you have such an epic shippable couple that is made up of the dreams we dream of concerning love. <3

Speaking of Reeve, she is one of my favorite heroines and could read her story often and not get bored (even with knowing what's coming next). I love the way she grows in this one and how big her heart is. She's so caring and just thankful we have awesome heroines like her to remind us to hope, hope, hope.

This was a powerful, engaging, fast-paced, and especially hopeful story. The duology is definitely one of my favorites and already look forward to diving into again.

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