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The D?Artigo sisters are half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. Camille is doing her best to juggle magic, men, and the demonic war into which they?ve been thrust?until she discovers a secret that could change all their lives.
Twenty-nine GLOSSARY Dragon Wytch By Yasmine Galenorn PRAISE FOR CHANGELING "The second in Galenorn's D'Artigo Sisters series ratchets up the danger and romantic entanglements. Along with the quirky humor and characters readers have come to expect is a moving tale of a woman more comfortable in her cat skin than in her human form, looking to find her place in the world." —Booklist "Galenorn's thrilling supernatural series is gritty and dangerous, but it's the tumultuous
I frantically glanced around the cave, searching for something more than the sword to use as a weapon. Jassamin burst through the mist, her eyes watering. She was sans scimitar, but she was still aiming for me. I stumbled, trying to get out of the way, but there was nowhere to go from where I was standing. Instead of attacking, Jassamin grabbed my wrist and yanked me toward her. Her strength was immense; there was no way I could pull away. "No!" I tried to focus the Moon Mother through me, but
Delilah and I glanced back at the front yard. From this vantage point, if I looked closely enough, I could see the telltale sparkle of residue pixie dust dappling the leaves and ground. Sure enough, they had an infestation, all right. I turned back to the woman. "I'm Camille D'Artigo, and this is my sister, Delilah. You told my sister Menolly you have a strange pixie hanging around?" She nodded, blushing. "I'm sorry, I should have introduced myself. I'm just so excited you're here! My name's
thousand drums. "I do swear by my oath." Then, the questions came quickly, so quick I could barely think. Camille Sepharial te Maria, will you live for the Moon Mother… I do swear… Will you heal for the Moon Mother… I do swear… Will you kill for the Moon Mother… I do swear. . . Will you die for the Moon Mother. . . "I do swear by my oath." The gusts grew chill and brisk as the High Priestess reached out and pushed away the shoulder of my gown. It fell open, exposing my breast, and she
I have some bad news, and since Benjamin's parents aren't in the country and didn't leave contact information, I thought I would call you." She sounded frantic. Hell. What now? "What's wrong? Is Benjamin all right?" "That's the problem. We don't know. He seems to have… disappeared." I stared at the phone. "Disappeared? What the hell do you mean? Where did he go?" Even as the words escaped my mouth, I realized how stupid they sounded. "We have no idea. We're searching the grounds for a third