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Publisher Description

#1 New York Times bestseller Kresley Cole introduces The Dacians: Realm of Blood and Mist, a new paranormal series following the royal bloodline of Dacia, a vampire kingdom hidden within the Lore of the Immortals After Dark.

Shadow’s Claim features Prince Trehan, a ruthless master assassin who will do anything to possess Bettina, his beautiful sorceress mate, even compete for her hand in a blood-sport tournament— to the death.

HE WON’T BE DENIED

Trehan Daciano, known as the Prince of Shadows, has spent his life serving his people—striking in the night, quietly executing any threat to their realm. The coldly disciplined swordsman has never desired anything for himself—until he beholds Bettina, the sheltered ward of two of the Lore’s most fearsome villains.

SHE’S BOUND TO ANOTHER

Desperate to earn her guardians’ approval after a life-shattering mistake, young Bettina has no choice but to marry whichever suitor prevails—even though she’s lost her heart to another. Yet one lethal competitor, a mysterious cloaked swordsman, invades her dreams, tempting her with forbidden pleasure.

A BATTLE FOR HER BODY AND SOUL

Even if Trehan can survive the punishing contests to claim her as his wife, the true battle for Bettina’s heart is yet to come. And unleashing a millennium’s worth of savage need will either frighten his Bride away—or stoke Bettina’s own desires to a fever pitch. . . .

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2012
November 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
496
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
7.4
MB

Customer Reviews

gingrbrdgrl ,

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Please read this if you are a fan of paranormal. You don't have to read IAD to start this one. Completely in love with Trehan

Andie Candy ,

Not the best but not bad either

I expected something different but it was a good read either way

Clare-Bunny ,

Another good one!

I liked the plot of this one - the tournament was very cool and an interesting theme for the book. I also enjoyed the way this one intertwined with Lothaire, giving more backstory from the Dacian perspective. A lot of people say they don't like Bettina because she's not kickass and cocky like most IAD heroines, but I found a "different" lead female to be refreshing.

This book had a lot of cool scenes. Loved Salem, too - hoping he gets his own book...?!

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