Knave of Blades: Tarot Witches: The Raven Knights Saga, #1

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They are destined to find each other…

Allene Whelan is scavenging through the ruins of post-apocalypse Oregon when she finds a strange tarot card, the Knave of Blades. Touching it awakens her magic—the power of the sylph, a rare and deadly seelie sidhe who can defeat any other of her kind. Her pollen is intoxicating. Her magic is irresistible. And she's suddenly at the center of the Autumn Court's war against the rebellious True Kingdom.

She's the only person who might be able to defeat Macsen, the prophesied Fenrir who will one day grow big enough to devour the world. But first she needs to make herself strong enough to face him, and that means collecting power as only a sylph can. Joining the Raven Knights means committing more than her life to defeating the True Kingdom. She's committing her body.

A new paranormal romance series from New York Times Bestselling Author SM Reine.

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Red Iris Books
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Published on
May 14, 2019
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Pages
217
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ISBN
9781386680086
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy
Fiction / Fantasy / Romantic
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters
Fiction / Romance / Science Fiction
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