Muse (Mercy, Book 3)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Oct 27, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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An angel searching for answers, for her destiny...
In the third MERCY paranormal romance, Mercy wakes in a new unknown host, her love for Ryan and Luc burning stronger than ever. But who will she make the ultimate sacrifice for?

There's something very wrong with me. When I wake up, I could be anyone...

Mercy is thrust into the excessive world of fashion when she awakes in the body of a troubled Russian supermodel, Irina: bitchy, hot-tempered and known to be dabbling in things she shouldn’t, Irina is on the verge of a very public breakdown.

Against the glamorous background of opulent Milan, Mercy continues her increasingly desperate search for Ryan to lead her back to her immortal lover, Luc. But this time Mercy is aware that her memories and powers are growing ever stronger – and she begins to doubt Luc as The Eight reveal more of her mysterious past. Are Luc’s desires as selfless as her own or does he want her for a more terrifying purpose?

The grand scale celestial battle for Mercy’s soul builds to an incredible stormy crescendo as archangels and demons clash in a cataclysmic showdown that not all will survive...

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Review: Muse (Mercy #3)

User Review  - Jewel - Goodreads

by: Rebecca Lim Genre: Fantasy, Angels, Young Adult, Romance Rating: Review: We leave Mercy in Exile dead on the cafe floor still in the body of Lela. As Lela's spirit begins to move on, Mercy is ... Read full review

Review: Muse (Mercy #3)

User Review  - Marianne Curley - Goodreads

There was high octane tension in the third book in Rebecca Lim's angel series, this one called Muse. Mercy and Exile were the calm before the storm that came in an ending that takes your breath away ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Rebecca Lim is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She worked as a commercial lawyer for several years before leaving to write full time. Rebecca is the author of sixteen books for children and young adult readers. An Aurealis Awards finalist, Rebecca’s work has been longlisted for the Davitt Award for YA, the Gold Inky Award, the David Gemmell Legend Award and the CBCA Book of the Year Award for Older Readers. Her novels have been translated into German, French, Turkish, Portuguese and Polish.

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