A rich portrait of post-Victorian England, "The Deepest Night
"seamlessly blends thrilling romance with riveting history and
adventure--perfect for fans of Libba Bray and Lauren Kate.
It's 1915, and sixteen-year-old Lora Jones is finishing up her
first year as a charity student at Iverson, a prestigious, gothic
boarding school on England's southern coast. While she's always
felt different from everyone around her, now she finally knows why:
She is a "drakon, " a rare, enchanted being with astonishing
As war hits Britain's shores, and Lora reels from an unimaginable
loss, she finds that her powers come with grave and dangerous
responsibilities. At the request of Armand Louis, the darkly
mysterious boy whose father owns Iverson, Lora will spend her
summer at his lavish estate. To help the war effort--and to keep
Lora near--Armand turns his home into a military hospital, where
Lora will serve as a nurse. For Armand is inescapably drawn to
her--bound to her by heart-deep secrets and a supernatural
connection that runs thicker than blood.
Yet while Lora tries to sort out her own feelings toward Armand,
fate offers an unexpected surprise. Lora discovers there is another
"drakon, " a prisoner of war being held in Germany. And that only
she, with her newly honed Gifts, will be able to rescue him.
With Armand at her side, Lora will cross enemy lines on an
incredible mission--one that could bond her to Armand forever, or
irrevocably tear them apart.
Beautifully written, deeply romantic, and filled with daring
adventure and magic, "The Deepest Night" is a mesmerizing novel of
the enduring pull of destiny, and the eternal strength of love.
Praise for "The Deepest Night"
"Fast, fun and full of surprises . . . a solid story with great
writing and humor in unexpected places."--"RT Book Reviews"
"Awe inspiring . . . The writing is beautiful, lyrical, evoking
image and all the senses. . . . I highly recommend this
series."--"Badass Book Reviews"
"An exhilarating, heroic adventure . . . exceptionally romantic,
entrancing, thrilling and vastly fast moving . . . "The Deepest
Night" is like a fine wine. It is smoothly written, rich in taste
and definitely needs to be savored Actually, I think I will read it
again; it is so exceptionally written "--"Romance Junkies Review"
"From the Hardcover edition."
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