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The Princess's Consort (House of Dracul #2.5)

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[House of Dracul 2.5]
With her sister Cassy, Princess and Scion of the House of Dracul, lost in Avalon and brother-in-law, David, in an enchanted sleep, Princess Elizabeta finds herself divorced, alone, and hunted. Can she find love and safety in the arms of a male witch? WARNING: Although not about the primary characters in the series, this work contains spoilers for Scio
Kindle Edition, 27 pages
Published November 16th 2013 (first published November 19th 2012)
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Jennifer Hines
Dec 07, 2013 Jennifer Hines rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Somewhere between Cassy's venture to Avalon in Scion's Avalon (House of Dracul #2) and her return something happened between her new sister, Liz, and the ever charming Mills. This short story tells just how that started.

Liz may have spent a lifetime trying to please her unloving husband, but she soon learns that not all people can be uncaring. And it's interesting to see how she adapts.

The Council of Crones isn't the onl
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Fun short read

I enjoyed reading this short story of a vampire and a witch fall in love. It is well worth your time.
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Born and raised among the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, J. Annas Walker was brought up listening to oral history and traditional storytelling. Her hobby of writing short stories bloomed out of this tradition. With the encouragement of her sisters, husband, an aunt, and a very supportive cousin, she took a chance to turn her hobby into something larger.
After acquiring a bachelors
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Other Books in the Series

House of Dracul (3 books)
  • Scion's Freedom
  • Scion's Avalon [House of Dracul 2]
  • Scion's Dragon [House of Dracul 3]

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