Monday, September 16, 2013

Lady of Secrets by Susan Carroll

Meg Wolfe, Lady of the Faire Isle, always help those in need. When her help is solicited by two dark men seeking to help free James I from a witches curse, she is hesitant. When Meg arrives with her friend Seraphine, she is fearful. Her mother's coven is lurking in the shadows. The men she came with aren't what they seem. London is teeming with people wanting to use Meg, some with good intentions and some with bad. With help from her friend, Meg must use her wits to make it out alive.

I enjoyed this book. It is #6 in the Dark Queen Series. There were some places that I felt I was missing some previous information, but it works well as a stand alone novel. The novel starts darkly, with an execution, and really doesn't let up. The character development was murky, and that added to the mystery. It was a great novel, and I hope to go back and read books 1-5. They seem really good and twisty.

Thank you to the publisher and Edelweiss.

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