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Veil of Thorns

(Skydancer #2)

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What would you be willing to sacrifice for love?

Her true love is cursed in stone. A lover from a past life has found her again. Her powers are not living up to their promise.

Nothing is going as Oracle Briana Spurrier envisioned. She abandoned her comfortable lifestyle and high-powered career to take on the mantle of her destiny as a great seer, but since the fateful night
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Published March 31st 2019 by T. M. Miller
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Gwen Mitchell Nope, this one ends solidly in the aftermath... or is it the calm before the *real* storm?
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Gwen Mitchell

I'm so excited to finally announce that VEIL OF THORNS is in the Kindle store and available through KU! Paperbacks coming later this month.

I know some of you have been waiting far too long for this sequel, and I truly hope/believe it will be worth it.

Sometimes stories don't go as you intended at all when you set out to write them, and sometimes that is the best possible thing that can happen. This book is much different from the first, and one character changed the arc of the
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Well, by God, Gwen Mitchell has outdone herself. That was just fantastic. Still a bit flustery under the collar...

But don’t misunderstand me. This isn't a soggy romance book with paranormal bits tacked on as an afterthought; it is high calibre urban fantasy that has a romance theme intertwined with everything else that's going on.

It's been a bit of time since I read Rain of Ash, the first book in the Skydancer series, but I recall I loved it, and there was a lot of conflict and angst and parano
Shaila Ja
May 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This series keeps getting better and better. This time we go to a whole different place with lots of trials and tribulations. I love Ryder. He is such a mischievous character and adds that much needed humor when things are a bit suffocating between Lucas and Briana. But the way Lucas loves Briana takes my breath away. Yes, he doesn't always make the best decisions but his loyalty is undying. Briana herself has grown up so much by the end of the book. She started off being quite a selfish person ...more
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Gwen Mitchell has done it again.

Spectacular and beautifully magical.

Full review to come.
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