By Cate Tiernan
After seventeen-year-old Thais Allard loses her widowed father in a sad motor vehicle coincidence, she is compelled to depart the one domestic she’s ever identified to reside with a complete stranger in New Orleans. New Orleans greets Thais with many secrets and techniques and mysteries, yet none as unimaginable because the second she comes nose to nose with the impossible—an exact dual, Clio. Thais quickly learns that she and the dual she by no means knew come from a relations of witches, that she possesses dazzling powers, and that she, besides Clio, has a key function in Balefire, the coven she was once born into. Fiery Clio is below delighted to need to proportion the highlight, however the twins needs to discover ways to mix their powers with a purpose to entire a ceremony that may rework their lives and the coven ceaselessly.
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Yes, it’s been a long one,” she replied. “I’m going to change. ” Giving us a smile, she went into her small alcove room under the stairs. “Thais,” Clio whispered. “Please, just think about it. This is really important to me. ” I sighed. “Okay. ” Clio nodded, then went back out to the front yard. Leaving me feeling totally uneasy. Not to Be Trusted Axelle rang the doorbell. On the second floor, a casement window cranked open, and Sophie leaned out. “Oh—hi,” she said. Axelle knew why she was surprised—she and Sophie and Manon didn’t usually socialize.
He angled the boat in and cut the motor again. Too many cypress trees and trailing underwater weeds. Easy to chew up your propeller. Most of the trees were new growth, but something about the general contours triggered his memory. This was the place. Mosquitoes buzzed around him, but he’d done a little spell that kept them off. He took out another cigarette and was about to light it when he remembered Clio’s face, her wrinkled nose. Swearing with disgust, he tossed the pack onto the flat bottom of the boat.
Like Clio. She too was pretty and useless—in fact, destructive. Look what she had done to Petra’s house. At least, he was pretty sure it had been her, her and Thais’s spell going wrong. Unless . . Frowning, Richard flicked his cigarette into the water. There was a quick hiss, and then Richard remembered that littering was verboten nowadays. Damn. He took off his shirt and began to push the pirogue through the thick weeds. He saw a nutria, as big as a house cat, race across the canal where the hyacinths were so thick they could practically support its weight.
A Feather of Stone (Balefire Series #3) by Cate Tiernan