The Lovers Three
by Shannon Page
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Pub Date 18 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 03 Oct 2022
After a long trip to the Old Country, Callie blissfully awaits the finalization of her marriage contract to a dreamy warlock, the father of her beautiful newborn child. She loves her house, she loves her baby, and she loves her life. What could be better?
Except…something's not right. Having a newborn and adjusting to motherhood is a lot, but her frazzled mind is due to something more sinister than post-pregnancy brain. When Callie starts to remember the dangerous secrets she uncovered in the Old Country, she also remembers the stakes. The future of witchkind depends not only on her recovering her memories from the golem she entrusted them to, but also revealing the plans of one of their leaders. Gregorio Andromedus is a man Callie once trusted, her mentor and teacher, and the father of her betrothed. He's also responsible for the death of her best friend—and his plans for witchkind would mean sacrificing everything Callie cares about.
But to take him down, she might have to risk it all…
Average rating from 5 members
This was another strong book in the Nightcraft Quartet series, it was a strong entry on it's own and does what I was hoping for when reading the description. I had enjoyed the previous two book and the plot in this book may have been the strongest this series has been. The characters have a great development and I enjoyed getting back to this world with them. Shannon Page has a great writing style that works perfectly for a fantasy novel and I can't wait to read more from Ms. Page.
"Calendula, I do not understand why you have broken our wards and barred me from our home. My father informs me that your coven has been meeting there and is preparing to challenge him about his business—about which they can know nothing, as they are not scientists, and certainly not Elders. I am seriously reconsidering our proposed contract. Please contact me immediately so that we can clear this up."
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