Curse The Dark

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Luna, Jul 1, 2005 - Fiction - 352 pages
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And you think magic is complicated? Wren Valere and Sergei team up in the next Retrievers novel, Curse the Dark. Once more, Wren's game plan has taken an unexpected direction. The silence resulting from a bargain with one supersecret magic-watching outfit to protect her and her partner on their last job is starting to drive a wedge between the two. Added to that, ever since Wren and Sergei began to talk about their "relationship," things have been tricky. Their newest mission sends them to Italy in search of a possessed parchment (or maybe not possessed-all they know is that whoever reads it disappears). Compared to what's going on at home (lonejacks banding together, a jealous demon, tracking bugs needing fumigations, etc.) maybe disappearing won't be so bad....As if!

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User Review  - Asata - LibraryThing

If I had read this book in order, I wouldn't have read the rest of the series--fairly graphic sexual encounter. Other books in the series don't have that... Read full review

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User Review  - SunnySD - LibraryThing

A trip to Italy should be romantic, right? But for Wren and Sergei their first job for the Silence isn't so much a vacation as a slippery slope into a world of intrigue and missing information. As her ... Read full review


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Laura Anne Gilman is the author of the Cosa Nostradamus books for Luna (the “Retrievers” and “Paranormal Scene Investigations” series), a YA trilogy for HarperCollins, and numerous works of short fiction. She also writes paranormal romances for Nocturne as Anna Leonard, and her e-book novella Dreamcatcher was released in August 2008. A former executive editor at NAL, Laura Anne is an amateur chef, oenophile, and cat-servant. She lives in New York City, where she also runs d.y.m.k. productions.

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