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Bridge of Valor (The Cloak and Dagger #2)

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Taking on their first assignment as full-fledged operatives of the Assassins Guild, comrades Jennifleur and Thibault must investigate some magical mishaps at the castle Valor's Rest. But the two quickly discover a deadly web of political intrigue and sorcery that may make this first mission their last!
Paperback, 432 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Roc
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Amber Ditullio
Jan 22, 2011 Amber Ditullio rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy, rereads
Bridge of Valor is the second book in the Cloak and Dagger series by Anne Lesley Groell. Jen & Thib are officially in training for the Guild and have been sent on their first assignment - to help an aristocrat figure out who has put a curse on his castle, Valor's Rest. Jen pretends to be Ruary (the aristocrat)'s fiancée, who he hasn't seen in 17 years and she had recently become friends with. It takes Jen and Thib awhile to really get on the case and find out who is at the bottom of all of i ...more
T J
Apr 09, 2014 T J rated it really liked it
Cloak and Dagger are off on their first official assignment to break a curse that is plaguing Valor's Rest. There are ghost and magic in the air and it is up to Jen and Thibault to find the cause and put a stop to it. It was good 2nd book and am looking forward to reading Cauldron of Iniquity to see what their next assignment will be.
Kelly
Mar 20, 2014 Kelly rated it really liked it
So the beginning was good--middle eh and ending well done

I really enjoyed the book--good characters
Making the classes of people more and less glamorous--it was awesome
Liked seeing old characters come back and circle around (Jason's story extended throughout, the Mage ect)
emily
this trilogy is in a good category in that they can be enjoyed by teens and adults (i think!) alike. the characters are fun, the dialogue snappy, and the plots interesting, even if the reader can be absolutely certain that everything will turn out alright. always wished the author had done more with the protagonists' romance, but you can't have everything. :)
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Editor and author Anne Lesley Groell is a native New Yorker who grew up on the Upper West Side. She received a B.A. in Biology from Yale University and a M.S. in Developmental Biology from the University of California at Irvine, specializing in limb regeneration in salamanders. Eventually, missing seasons, she returned to the Upper West Side, where she still resides, to become an editor and writer ...more
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