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Sorceress by Lisa Jackson
Review by Beth Slater
Signet Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780451221988
Date: 04 September 2007 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

As its title implies, Jackson's latest immediately throws the reader into a realm filled with magic, sorcery and mysticism. Sorceress is the final book, set in 13th century Wales, in the trilogy that began with Impostress and Temptress. Sixteen year old Bryanna leaves her sister's home on an escapade following only the voice in her head – the voice of her former nursemaid, Isa – and a mysterious dagger. As a child Bryanna had seen people others hadn't, and heard voices others hadn't, but her elder sister taught her early on to ignore anything that might appear strange and not mention it to others. Now Isa's voice was leading her to her destiny, but not without many, many doubts.

From official release/information:

Book Description: THE WATCHER: He smells her. Feels her. Knows she is coming. Chosen by the Fates, she is the one. Only she can lift the curse of darkness. But he will stop her-and he will sacrifice her.

THE WOMAN: Flame-haired and green-eyed, Bryanna looks enchanted but has always felt cursed, plagued by mysterious visions and voices. Bound by destiny to save an innocent life, Bryanna follows her path alone-until she meets a stranger deep in the woods.

THE WARRIOR: Gavyn is a wanted man, as dark and dangerous as the wolf that shadows his footsteps. But his touch is electric, and he has much to teach-if Bryanna is willing to learn...

(Source: Signet)

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