IT’S BEEN A YEAR SINCE ASARLAI WAS CAPTURED, BUT THINGS ARE FAR FROM SETTLED IN THE GADDA WORLD…
If you were the member of a secret magical race, how would you hide from humans?
The bardria and its guardians have decided to hide in the open by showcasing the gadda stronghold of Sclossin to the humans as a tourist destination, in the process proving the residents are normal.
The purists, however, believe the best solution is to remove the gadda from all contact with humans. The Festival of the Star, the biggest celebration of the year, is the perfect place to begin their campaign.
The guardians are sure they’re ready for anything the purists throw at them. But are they ready for the resurrection of an old enemy?
WARNING: The Festival contains spoilers for the Dream of Asarlia trilogy, and hot steamy sex.
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by on September 30, 2016
- Nicole Murphy/Elizabeth Dunk Publications, July 2012
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