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Rising Silver Mist : Lost Clan - Olivia Wildenstein

Rising Silver Mist

Lost Clan

Paperback Published: 21st April 2018
ISBN: 9781948463058
Number Of Pages: 438

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First, I would never kill another person. But when a family friend murdered my father, I destroyed her with a power I didn't even know I possessed.

Second, I would never strike another bargain. But faeries could bring the dead back, so when Cruz offered to revive my father, I accepted.

Third, I would never marry an enemy, but every bargain comes at a price. The price of mine: I had to marry Cruz and move to the faerie isle.

For the first time in my life, I wondered if death wouldn't be a kinder end.

Fans of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES will adore Wildenstein's LOST CLAN series.

Industry Reviews

"Mind blowing! There are no words to stay how much I loved this book! It has everything you may want: a wonderful romance, plenty of action and magic!" - Astrid Arditi, USA TODAY Bestselling Author of Olympian Challenger

"This book has a ton of action, romance, and amazing scenery which will make you wish it would just keep going and going." - Theresea Barrett, Goodreads reviewer

"I can honestly say that this is the best book in the entire Lost Clan series. And, that's really saying something, because they're all fantastic." - Tiffany Jones, Goodreads reviewer

"if you're into romance, intrigue, and some twists you really didn't see coming, you should totally read this series. Your brain and your heart will thank you for it." - Georgia, Goodreads reviewer

ISBN: 9781948463058
ISBN-10: 1948463059
Series: Lost Clan
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 438
Published: 21st April 2018
Publisher: Olivia Wildenstein
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 13.31  x 2.46
Weight (kg): 0.49

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