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BOUND BY DEATH (Blood of the Gods Trilogy, Book 2), published 2012
1190, England. Lady Eleanor FitzOsbern - born with the gift of second sight and healing, and now slowly becoming aware of these powers - longs to escape her abusive husband. When she meets and falls for the young knight Robert de Arundel she starts making plans to join him on Crusade. But then her life takes an unexpected turn when she meets a mysterious man by the name of Philip de Vere. Why does he arouse such strange emotions in her? And does he hold the key to her past as well as her future?
Scylla, demon daughter of the blood-sucking Lamia, is on a quest for revenge. As a victim of a cruel spell, she has had to endure centuries frozen in stone with only her thoughts for company. Longing to escape this horrifying ordeal, she infiltrates the mind of her most devoted progeny, Melitta, and instructs her to hunt down the man responsible - Philip de Vere - with a view to destroying him and all he holds dear.
Harmoniously blending well-known myths with the author's own powerful work of the imagination, Bound By Death is an engaging story of passion, revenge, and enchantment.
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You are most beautiful, Goddess Athena.
The book sounds like a great read.
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That sounds like a good book.
You do have lovely whiskers, Athena.
Such a lovely long paw.
What pretty whiskers, Athena.
You are a beauty. Thanks for the book. I have read all your mom's books with cats, but not this one yet. XO
Great whiskers, Athena! We haven't read that book by your mum yet. We will check it out! XO
Thanks for the book! Looking gorgeous as always, Athena!
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