The Moon Casts a Spell (The Child of the Erinyes #3.5)

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  • 128 pages
  • The Moon Casts a Spell (The Child of the Erinyes #3.5)
  • Rebecca Lochlann
  • English
  • 16 September 2019

About the Author: Rebecca Lochlann

HERE to receive rare newsletters, announcing new releases and special offers for subscribers No spamming, no babbling, no thoughts of the week Just new release info.Lochlann believes that certain individuals, either blessed or tortured, voluntarily or involuntarily, are woven by fate or the Immortals into the labyrinth of time, and that deities sometimes speak to us through dreams and visions, gently prompting us to tell their lost stories.Who knows It could make a difference.

The Moon Casts a Spell (The Child of the Erinyes #3.5) Alternate Cover EditionBook Four, A Novella In The Child Of The Erinyes Series Historical Fantasy With A Love Story A Tale Of Star Crossed Love, Of Superstition And Zealotry, As A Goddess Brings Her Ancient Triad Together Again On The Windswept Isle Of Barra, In Scotland S Outer Hebrides The Chief Of Clan MacNeil Is Forced To Sell His Ancestral Island To John Gordon Of Cluny, A Mainlander No One Knows What To Expect Will Life Get Better Or Worse Will John Gordon Take Care Of His Tenants Or Evict Them, Like So Many Other Landowners Are Doing Impetuous, Irreverent, Derided As Barra S Peculiar Changeling, Lilith Kelso Has Little Use For Anyone But Daniel Carson, The Orphan Her Mother Has Taken In Everyone Expects Them To Marry Someday But Then John Gordon Buys The Island He Sends His Steward To Collect Rents And Squeeze Out Profits For His Employer The Steward Doesn T Come Alone He Brings His Son, And Nothing Will Ever Be The Same

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10 thoughts on “The Moon Casts a Spell (The Child of the Erinyes #3.5)

  1. nikkia neil says:

    Can t wait for the rest of the series

  2. Poli says:

    It s the third time I read this book and it seems that each time I do it I like it I m going to reread part two of this instalment, The sixth labyrinth , next I m sure I ll find even details within the story.

  3. Poli says:

    Everybody who read my review on Child of Erinyes The bronze age Collection knows just how much I love these characters so I m not even going there, apart from saying that they continue pretty much alive in The moon casts a spell , their capacity to love just as endearing and some of their actions or inactions just as infuriating as ever.And I keep hopingoh how I hopeI find this ability to actually feel strong emotions for these characters such a wonderful thing since it happens rarely when I read new authors.The only reason why I didn t give it five stars is because, contrarily to the first three books, I didn t find it perfect for I could not get how Chrysaleon Aodh n finds Alexiare Greyson in this life.Is it through Alexiare s aura, like how he finds Aridela Lilith and Menoetius Daniel Or is it through some kind of physic manifestation, just as how Harpalycus feels when the triad is alive again Chrysaleon does describe a sensation of being hit by lightning when he sees Lilith for the first time, maybe he senses something when he finds Alexiare too although their connection is completely different Still I wonder what colour Alexiare s aura must beGod, can hardly wait to know what happens next I will certainly follow Rebecca Lochlann s work till the day I lose my ability to read.

  4. J.S. Colley says:

    Superbly written with compelling characters, this novella is my favorite, so far, in The Child of Erinyes series It s a prequel to book four, The Sixth Labyrinth, and if the full length novel continues in the same vein as this little gem, then I m all in Reviewed from an ARC.

  5. Christina says:

    Loved itcan t wait for next book