Curse the Dawn

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Penguin Group Australia, 2009 - Fiction - 386 pages
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'Karen Chance takes her place along with Laurell K. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris, MaryJanice Davidson, and J.D. Robb.'
- SFRevu


Cassandra Palmer may be the all-powerful Pythia now, but that doesn't mean people have stopped trying to kill her.  Most of the supernatural powers players don't want independent-minded Cassie as chief clairvoyant-and they'll stop at nothing to see her six feet under.

The Vampire Senate does support Cassie in her position, but their protection comes with a price: an alliance with the sexy master vampire Mircea, who has claimed Cassie as his own.

But even the vampires will have trouble keeping Cassie alive now that the self-styled god Apollo, the source of the Pythia's power, has it in for her in a big way.  To save her life-and the world-Cassie's going to have to face down her creator once and for all . . .

PRAISE FOR THE CASSIE PALMER NOVELS

'YOU DEFINITELY NEED TO CHECK OUT THIS SERIES.'
-Literary Escapism

'A REALLY EXCITING BOOK with great pacing and a huge cast of vivid characters.'
-Charlaine Harris, New York Times Bestselling Author of Definitely Dead

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User Review  - JohnFair - LibraryThing

A rather surprisingly good book - I wouldn't generally see myself as the target audience for this type of books (I'm male for starters :-)). Cassie Palmer is on the run from her lover, the Silver ... Read full review

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User Review  - arbjames - LibraryThing

I think this has been my favorite novel in the Cassie Palmer series so far. There are admittedly times that I feel like some of the battles, time shifts, etc., are becoming repetitive, and I do ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Karen Chance has lived in France, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, but always comes back to America. She currently lives in Central Florida, the home of make-believe, which may explain a lot.

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