Lady of Light and Shadows (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Jul 20, 2010 - Fiction - 432 pages
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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 sheembrace 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.

  

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Review: Lady of Light and Shadows (Tairen Soul #2)

User Review  - Liz - Goodreads

A sweeping, stunning, satisfying conclusion to this part of the story. I was very surprised by some of what happened in what I had assumed would be a predictable ending. The loving is still silly but the story is totally un-put-down-able! Read full review

Review: Lady of Light and Shadows (Tairen Soul #2)

User Review  - Lokki - Goodreads

Lady of Light and Shadows is the second part of the Lord of the Fading Lands and it is just as good if not better. Neither book is really a standalone novel and they are more likely one large book ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

C. L. Wilson wrote her first story at age six, and though she took a number of long detours during her life, she never gave up her lifelong dream of being published. Many years, hundreds of false starts, and five completed novels later, she received “The Call” in October 2006 and sold her epic fantasy romance, Tairen Soul, at auction. Her debut novel spent two weeks on the USA Today bestseller list, and her subsequent novels have gone on to hit a variety of lists, including USA Today, New York Times, and Publishers Weekly. When not writing, C. L. enjoys relaxing with her husband and three children in sunny Florida and daydreaming of a world where people exercise in their sleep and chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream is a fat-burning food.

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