The Sorcerer's Wife #2020

[The Sorcerer's Wife] >> Jaclyn Dolamore An artificial girld the sorcerer who loved her.Velsa is Grau s wife and a free woman thanks to a lie And the High Sorcerer s Palace is no place for keeping a secret, with its bustling social life of parties and balls The beautiful princess with coveted magic, the doll girl heiress, the Peacock General and the blood sucking gentleman from another realm are they friAn artificial girld the sorcerer who loved her.Velsa is Grau s wife and a free woman thanks to a lie And the High Sorcerer s Palace is no place for keeping a secret, with its bustling social life of parties and balls The beautiful princess with coveted magic, the doll girl heiress, the Peacock General and the blood sucking gentleman from another realm are they friends or enemies Velsa is torn between her old role as a concubine and her place in a strange new world When she takes in a young telepathic slave, she is inadvertently led to a dark secretd a danger that might tear her and Grau apart forever This novel contains scenes of adult intimacy Books in the Hidden Lands Series Series can be read in any order THE TELEPATH AND THE SORCERER Book 1 The Sorcerer s ConcubineBook 2 The Sorcerer s WifeBook 3 The Sorcerer s Equal Jan 2017 THE ATLANTIS FAMILIES Book 1 The Vengeful HalfBook 2 The Stolen Heart June 2016 Book 3 TBA
The Sorcerer s Wife An artificial girld the sorcerer who loved her Velsa is Grau s wife and a free woman thanks to a lie And the High Sorcerer s Palace is no place for keeping a secret with its bustling social life of p

  • Title: The Sorcerer's Wife
  • Author: Jaclyn Dolamore
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  • Page: 267
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    About the Author

    Jaclyn Dolamore

    Jaclyn Dola has a passion for history, thrift stores, vintage dresses, David Bowie, drawing, and organic food She lives in western Maryland with her partner and plot strategist, Dade, and three weird cats To keep abreast of new releases, sales, and extras, please join her mailing list tinyurl JaclynDola

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    • Emily Crow said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Since I loved the first book in this series, I was afraid the sequel would let me down, but no, it was just as good memorable characters, a fun story, and a wildly inventive imagination behind it all My one complaint is that it ends on a cliffhanger and it looks like the next book won t be out for another year.

    • MMF said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Second verse, same as the first In a good way, I mean There are kind of a lot of elements introduced shapeshifters gateways to other worlds VAMPIRES but hell, I still like the dang doll people concept and Velsa as a character I like Parsons and Sorla, especially Sorla, and I like the continued struggle for identity and humanity, and it was a nice pleasant easy read.

    • Amanda Rondeau said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      I hope she continues to put out books of this genre.Loved this book I hope she puts out of this genre Keep up the great work This is a great series.

    • Oy Geeringh said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Enjoy this but a bit less sex would be even better.

    • Virginia Acevedo said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Well doneI just loved this story I found the first one and couldn t put it down so I had to get the second one and it did not disappoint I can t wait for the third.

    • Ksenia said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      4.5 starsThere were things I liked and things I liked less than the 1st book I liked how much rich and complex the world building became But at the same time at places it feels like a mess The addition of 20th century pop culture makes the story colorful, but makes it loose some of the Fantasy ish charm I liked that the story lost it pretense for romance and developed into sort of High Fantasy adventure I really loved all the changes and self discoveries Velsa want through in the book This is [...]

    • Dangermousie said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      I liked it even better than the first book with the exception of a small niggle discussed below We see new worlds, the plot thickens, the stakes rise, and in the middle of it all, Velsa continues her journey of self discovery of what it means to be human and she and Grau continue to be one of the sweetest, healthiest relationships I ve read in a while.OK, niggle view spoiler the kiss with Irik First of all, that came out of pretty much nowhere A little build up would have made sense Also, kiss [...]

    • Bolajide Adeyoye said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Another good readThis a solid continuation of the story The characters have grown since the last entry which was nice to see The plot was still engaging and the relations built up in a natural way.

    • mary spann said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Great readIt is well written,and it grabs and holds you from startn t wait to start third book Keep them coming.

    • Lynette said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      Second book of the series Adding to the unique world already built the story continues but in a big city Lots of strange new people Definitely a cliffhanger.

    • Jess Stampe said:
      Apr 01, 2020 - 10:19 AM

      LetdownAfter book one, I had a lot of hope for this installment Sadly, it was vastly different and became totally strange Definitely not my cup of tea.

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