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Dark Currents (The Emperor's Edge #2) - Lindsay Buroker
Dark Currents (The Emperor's Edge #2)
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Format: kindle
ASIN: 11672438
Pages no: 320
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Rachel's books rated it
3.5 Dark Currents
Mutilated bodies appeared in the city aqueducts, luckily found by Books and Maldynado. A little later, people in the city are getting sick. Wondering if the 2 things are related, Amaranthe and her gang investigate.One thing I liked about this was the interplay between the characters. They are a chos...
Romance Reader (and Writer)
Romance Reader (and Writer) rated it
5.0 Dark Currents (The Emperor's Edge #2)
I love this series like crazy! In fact, I love all the authors work that I've read. 5 books so far and counting!Then I have to answer Lindsay's question featured in her FAQ section. My answer is YES! I do want Amaranthe and Sicarius to get together eventually! It isn't enough for me to read him tell...
If wishes were horses...
If wishes were horses... rated it
4.0 Dark Currents (The Emperor's Edge #2)
When three bodies show up in the aqueduct our heroes are using for their hide-out Amaranthe senses an opportunity to help the Empire and clear their names. The team head into the mountains to the source of the cities water in an effort to find the culprit and thwart whatever dastardly plan they hav...
The Moment Stealer
The Moment Stealer rated it
Dark Currents has pretty huge shoes to fill but it does not disappoint in the slightest. We return to Amaranthe and her band of bantering outlaws in their first major attempt to clear their name by doing heroic deeds for the good of the Empire. Someone is tampering with the water supply of the city ...
Burgundy rated it
4.0 Dark Currents (The Emperor's Edge #2)
The mystery and adventure in Dark Currents are in the same trend as in the first book. But in this book L. Buroker developed the various relationships. It happened so subtle in the middle of all the action, I really like that aspect. Aside of that Ms Buroker’s humour and banter between her character...
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