Lady of Light and Shadows
The Second Chapter in C. L. Wilson’s Breathtaking Epic Tale of Magic, Passion, and Destiny She feared the dark visions and the magic within her. And she dreamed of the miraculous love that could save her. Like an enchanted fairy tale prince he stepped from the sky to claim her—the Fey King,... show more
The Second Chapter in C. L. Wilson’s Breathtaking Epic Tale of Magic, Passion, and Destiny She feared the dark visions and the magic within her. And she dreamed of the miraculous love that could save her. Like an enchanted fairy tale prince he stepped from the sky to claim her—the Fey King, her destiny, her one and true love. But behind the mesmerizing beauty of Rain’s violet eyes Ellysetta saw the passionate hunger of the beast . . . and a sorrow, deep and ancient, that she alone could heal. Only for him would she embrace the frightening power that dwells within her. Only with him at her side could she confront the shadows that haunt her soul. For an epic battle looms on the horizon—and only united can they hope to turn back the armies of the darkness.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 30th 2007
Publisher: Dorchester Pub Co Inc
Pages no: 386
Edition language: English
, Epic Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Fantasy Romance
Series: Tairen Soul (#2)
JUST WOW.I apologize in advance if my thoughts are all over the place for this review. I jumped right on to reading the 3rd book so I am trying hard o remember everything that I loved about this second book. *inhale**exhale*I can just cry for the "epicness" of this book. I'm afraid I have to correct...
My heart has followed where my soul has led. Ke vo san, Ellysetta. I love you.As the wedding date draws closer, and the relationship between Rain and Ellie is becoming more stronger by the day. Deep within Ellie is a powerful magic that is about to burst free, and even though Rain doesn't fully unde...
Great sequel and I cannot wait to read the next one. This is as far as I made in the series when I initially read it a few years ago. Kinda got sidetracked reading other stuff. It does suffer from dragging in parts, but great battles and characters. A few ensign smiths!! Re read July 2013.
I admit, I read the entire series in order, back to back, over the course of a few days, so honestly, I'll likely never write a full review for any of them, since they pretty much all blend together into one massive story for me. Still, I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the main thing that kept it from b...