Vivien has roamed the lands of men, elves and dragons alone for twenty lifetimes.
Her dark twin is almost all powerful, but Vivien has two weapons in the form of the dashing elven princes at her side: her fated mate, and her sister’s.
No one said it had to be a fair fight.
Turin and Argon think they understand the agenda of the aether goddess tied to their dreams and nightmares. They have no idea what they're up against, or what their companion is capable of doing for the greater good.
Gold and Shadow is a fantasy romance standalone.
Gold and Shadow
I would give it another half point but they don’t allow that but it was kind of a lackluster compared to the other books in the series. I was disappointed in how it develops toward the end and it’s just I don’t know almost a little lame it’s like the author didn’t put any effort and all the similarities and to do with Camelot and all that was just a little blah I like the first books this one disappointed me.