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A TRACE OF MOONLIGHT
by Allison Pang

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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A Trace of Moonlight is a testament to the significance of sacrifice: Abby Sinclair gives up her life, Talivar gives up his family and Brystion and Phineas (the hilarious mini-unicorn) give up a part of themselves in order to stop a mortal from ruining the world they’ve created. Equal parts romance and action, Pang has written a story that embraces the notion of love truly conquering any evil. With plenty of sassy and humorous dialogue, these pages fly!

Abby Sinclair marries the Elven prince, Talivar, to escape his mother and find the Key to the Crossroads stolen by Maurice. Torn between Talivar and the incubus-turned-mortal, Brystion, Abby has more than enough romantic drama. Both men are willing to set aside their rivalry and work together to help Abby stop Maurice from ruining them all.Then Abby must fight her inner demons to take back the Key and find a new sacrifice for the Faerie Tithe ... or risk dying a second time. (POCKET, Nov., 400 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Lauren Becker

Publisher: POCKET

Published: November 2012

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