Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted at Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:

Shadowspell (Faeriewalker Book 2) by Jenna Black

Coming January 4, 2011

On top of spending most of her time in a bunkerlike safe house and having her dates hijacked by a formidable Fae bodyguard, Faeriewalker Dana Hathaway is in for some more bad news: the Erlking and his pack of murderous minions known as the Wild Hunt have descended upon Avalon. With his homicidal appetite and immortal powers, the Erlking has long been the nightmare of the Fae realm. A fragile treaty with the Faerie Queen, sealed with a mysterious spell, is the one thing that keeps him from hunting unchecked in Avalon, the only place on Earth where humans and Fae live together. Which means Dana’s in trouble, since it’s common knowledge that the Faerie Queen wants her – and her rare Faeriewalker powers – dead. The smoldering, sexy Erlking’s got his sights set on Dana, but does he only seek to kill her, or does he have something much darker in mind?


  1. Oh I love the cover to this :) I'm excited to read this and hopefully I'll be able to get it when it's released. Enjoy your week and happy reading!

    Here's my WOW choice for the week

  2. I love your little spiel above (the comments); and the book you're showcasing looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

    Here's mine:

  3. Hi Wendy, I like the cover of Shadowspell, I'll have to add that to my TBR list!
    I'm your newest follower, and I'd appreciate if you stopped by my blog!

    Hafsah @ IceyBooks

  4. What a gorgeous cover. Love anything Fae so this is definitely one I will be looking for in January. Great pick!


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