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Publisher's Summary

Gabrian Shadwell is one of the most lethal and powerful supernatural beings on Earth.

Her blood, one part silver mage and the other vampire, is an unstable and hard-to-control combination of supernatural gifts that would test even the most knowledgeable of souls.

The problem is...she has no idea she even has it.

When her magic surfaces and makes its claim on her, Gabrian loses control of her life and becomes a danger to everyone around her. The world she knows turns upside down and fills with chaos.

Stubborn and hell-bent on getting her life back, she makes a deal with a smooth tongued devil who claims he can help her gain control. But she soon learns the cost might be higher than she could ever imagine.

Grey is the first book in The Covenant of Shadows, a series of captivating urban fantasy novels. If you like new twists on vampire lore, a bit of romance, and close-knit bonds, then you will love Kade Cook’s supernatural journeys.

©2016 Karen Cook (P)2017 Karen Cook

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  • 2018-02-27

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What did you love best about Grey?

I loved the breadth of the story, the wide range of characters, and the emotions that each character possessed. Gabrian is a wonderful character to follow.

What did you like best about this story?

I like the pacing, the tension throughout, and the suspense that continuously builds.

What about Beth Thomas’s performance did you like?

The narrator's voice seems to fit all of the characters, and she goes smoothly from one to the other. It's not distracting; the storyline shines through.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The book kept me emotionally vested from start to finished. I cared about the characters, especially, Gabrian and Shane. Their relationship pulled me in deep.

Any additional comments?

Looking forward to hearing book two in the series.