In this brilliant new novel in the Deadglass series, a fierce young woman's quest entangles her in an apocalyptic endgame—and unexpected desire . . .
Grace Mercer's unmatched wraith-killing ability made her the unofficial defender of a city shattered by supernatural catastrophe. So there's no way she'll allow the new regent of Seattle's most powerful dragon shifter clan to 'protect' her from a vicious evil stalking the ruined streets—and keep her from the freedom she's risked everything to earn. Leif's science-honed instincts tell him Grace is the key to keeping shifters and humans safe. But helping this wary fighter channel her untapped power is burning away the dragon's sensual self-control and putting a crucial alliance at risk. Soon the only chance Leif and Grace will have to save their world will be a dangerously fragile link that could forever unite their souls . . . or consume all in a storm of destruction.
About the Author
Kira Brady's debut Hearts of Darkness was named one of the Best Books of Summer 2012 by Publishers Weekly. She is the author of the Deadglass Trilogy, apocalyptic paranormal romance set in a grisly modern day Seattle from Kensington Publishing.
A native Seattleitte, Kira spent her childhood hiking the rainy forests of the Pacific Northwest and drying out by the fire with a good book and a mug of something hot. She graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania, where she met her real life Prince Charming and promptly dragged him back to sunless Seattle. She fell in love with historic, haunted cities in graduate school. Now she writes about the twisted cities of her imagination, where wraiths and shape-shifters stalk the night and love redeems even the darkest heart. When not writing, she can be found drinking inordinately large mugs of Assam tea, knitting wool socks, and raising a wee heroine and hero-in-training.
'Dazzling . . . thrilling . . . irresistible.' Publishers Weekly
Bonus Novella Inside!
Series: Deadglass Novels
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 26th March 2014
Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 18.8 x 11.0 x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.19