Review: Evermine (Daughters of Askara #2) by Hailey Edwards
Five years after her life-long love tore Emma and her sister from their life of abuse and reportedly died the same night, he returned from the grave ready to claim her as his. But he’s haunted by the things he endured while held captive, and she’s wracked with guilt for her behavior during his absence. Their obstacles prove too great, driving them to spend another year apart in new roles back in Askara before trouble with raiders land Harper at Emma’s door once again. GraveTells says you must go read their story!
June 3, 2012
Review: Everlong (Daughters of Askara #1) by Hailey Edwards
A princess in a cruel monarchy, Madelyn’s life is anything but perfect – until her guardian sacrificed his life to hide her and her half-sister in a realm full of opportunities. Years later, Maddie’s been living in a colony of humans and escaped slaves as her guardian’s widow, only to suddenly discover that he had a great many secrets, including a brother. Meeting Clayton opens Maddie's eyes to things she never dared imagine – just as news arrives that her “mate” may yet be alive, forcing her to make the choice between the man she always thought she knew and loved and the demon aching to lend her his wings. GraveTells calls this a must-read!
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