The Touch of Twilight
On the surface she's a sexy, sophisticated socialite, at home among the beautiful people of the Las Vegas upper crust. But Joanna Archer inhabits another world: a place ordinary humans cannot see . . . a dangerous dimension where an eternal battle rages between the agents of Light and Shadow. And... show more
On the surface she's a sexy, sophisticated socialite, at home among the beautiful people of the Las Vegas upper crust. But Joanna Archer inhabits another world: a place ordinary humans cannot see . . . a dangerous dimension where an eternal battle rages between the agents of Light and Shadow. And Joanna is both. Stalked by an enigmatic doppelganger from a preternatural realm, Joanna can feel the Light failing—which is propelling her toward a terrifying confrontation with the ultimate master of evil, the dark lord of Shadow: her father. Vegas is all about winning big . . . or losing everything. To save her friends, her future, her worlds, Joanna Archer must gamble it all by fully embracing the darkness inside her.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 27th 2008
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Signs of the Zodiac (#3)
I am working my way through this series at a pretty rapid rate because it is enjoyable and each book leaves unanswered questions and problems that need a solution. Each book makes the world larger but still leaving the reader wanting more.As much as I like this series I do have a few continuing iss...
**Review** Our heroine, Joanna Archer, the Light Sagittarius, comes from a lineage of superheroines. She took over her sister Olivia's identity after she fell to her death in the first book in this series. Now, she's in peril of losing her superhero identity as an unknown doppelganger that has appea...
A Light agent's Shadow side rises in Vicki Pettersson's third Signs of the Zodiac novel, The Touch of Twilight.Masquerading as her dead sister, Joanna Archer has several nemeses of varying levels - not everything goes well for a superhero. New danger is always arising, so Jo has a plethora of parano...
This was a very good continuation of the series. Pettersson set up the next book very well, but I didn't have the feeling while I was reading this book that the entire purpose of this story was to set up the next one. It was nice to see more of Hunter. I expect he'll play a big role in the next book...