It was supposed to be a typical day for the five friends, but they wake up to discover that they are left alone on earth. The world that they knew is gone. All that is left is silence, pervasive, absolute silence.
I'm fine. It's only a touch of death
She's eighteen, this girl, a woman really, raised mostly in isolation, taught to run a house as if this one isn't a ruin waiting to fall with a dying family (decreased yet again by a recent death), no fortune and no prospects of which to speak.
When Ren and Tess found themselves back in Nadežra, Ren had been resolved. No whoring, no killing. Instead, she set her sights on a higher target: use what she'd learned to gain acceptance into House Traementis as their long-lost kin... with all the wealth and social benefit it brought.
Two sisters. One brutal murder. A quest for vengeance that will unleash Hell itself… And an intoxicating romance.
On the run from Thorn and Edriast, Kaylan struggles with how to control the Relic and keeping her only family safe from harm.
We aren't like the creatures who were made in this world. We aren't meant to debase ourselves with then. To live a human life is to forget who we are. To forget who we are is to be an enemy to ourselves. To each other."
Review of Bronwyn Eley's first novel in The Relic Trilogy
A dark fantasy romance. For the Love of a Witch by Sarah-Jane Lehoux.