Embrace The Night

Embrace The Night

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Recently named the world's chief clairvoyant, Cassandra Palmer still has a thorn in her side. As long as Cassie and a certain master vampire-the sizzling-hot Mircea-are magically bound to each other, her life will never be her own.

The spell that binds them can be broken only with an incantation found in the Codex Merlini, an ancient grimoire. The Codex's location has been lost in the present day, so Cassie will have to seek it out in the only place it can still be found-the past.

But Cassie soon realizes the Codex is missing for a reason. The book is rumoured to contain some seriously dangerous spells, and while retrieving it may help Cassie deal with Mircea, it could also endanger the world . . .


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Nov 25, 2012

Utterly boring. Yet another incompetent protagonist who yelps a lot and is out of her depth, constantly.

Jul 21, 2012

I have read the first two books in the series as well. I keep coming down somewhere in the middle on these books.. I like the characters and the humor, and the plots are interesting.. sometimes the complex world-building and magic get to be a bit much, and sometimes I feel like there are too many plot elements and things get too complicated. That said, I'll keep reading them... I keep hoping that intangible something that I find missing from the books will show up, or that at least she will finally hook up with Pritkin...


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Aug 12, 2011

Cassandra-Cassie Palmer is nominated and made into the Prythia --fortells the future. Can skip through time. Mages want to control her, Vampire council want to control her. One mage is sworn to protect her (Merlin in disguise) a mutual attraction. But her vampire lover has been protecting her since she was a child--he met her on one of her jaunts through time. He is Mercia of the Dracul family. Lots of intrique and romance.


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