Wicked Circle

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 27, 2011 - Fiction - 413 pages
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Is a little time alone with the man you love too much to ask?

Well, it may be—when you’re Persephone Alcmedi, Lustrata of the witches, and your lover is Domn Lup of the wærewolves. For once, however, the disturbance is not Seph’s foster daughter, Beverly, her wacky grandmother, or her newly rediscovered mother. This time, it’s the ancient and incredibly sexy vampire Menessos, bearing bad news: because the vampire council fears he is plotting a power grab, Menessos is being hunted by a trio of truth-seeking vampire sisters so dangerous they are usually kept locked in stone.

His dreams imperiled, Menessos needs Seph more than ever . . . and she needs him. Now, Seph has magical promises to fulfill for the wæres, multiple mundane family challenges to meet, vampire politics to confront . . . and into the bargain she’s balancing two sexy supernatural males. It’s enough to drive any woman insane, especially when you throw in a dragon and—even worse—a government investigator. As danger threatens, Seph isn’t sure she can stay alive for the rest of the day . . . let alone long enough to accomplish all that needs to be done.
 

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Review: Wicked Circle (Persephone Alcmedi #5)

User Review  - Storiessave - Goodreads

I've come to this series a bit late in the running, so I sped through the first four books, and when I got to the fifth, I expected that it would be as amazing as the previous books had been ... Read full review

Review: Wicked Circle (Persephone Alcmedi #5)

User Review  - Kat Klein - Goodreads

This book is the first in the series written in multiple viewpoints. Written in first person when it's Seph, as usual, but also in third person when someone else is in control of the PoV. Seph and ... Read full review

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Linda Robertson is the mother of four wonderful boys, owns three electric guitars, and is followed around by a big dog named after Bela Lugosi. Once upon a time she was a lead guitarist in a heavy metal cover band and has worked as a graphic artist. She still composes and creates art, when time permits. Linda currently writes and rocks in northeast Ohio. Visit her at AuthorLindaRobertson.com and @authorLinda.

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