A Perfect Symmetry

A Perfect Symmetry

by Jeanne Barrack
     
 
Waging a battle on two continents will require a perfect symmetry of body, mind, and soul. Even then, it may not be enough to save the world. Discover for yourself when the power of three is unleashed!

The battle continues as Brigid, Gabe, and Ethan struggle to discover the secret that will hurl evil back through the gates of hell.

Terrans and lovers

Overview

Waging a battle on two continents will require a perfect symmetry of body, mind, and soul. Even then, it may not be enough to save the world. Discover for yourself when the power of three is unleashed!

The battle continues as Brigid, Gabe, and Ethan struggle to discover the secret that will hurl evil back through the gates of hell.

Terrans and lovers Gabe, Brigid, and Ethan travel to America following the trail of Lord Nolen, a crazed Destroyer. They foiled his plans to open a gate for the demon Ba’al in Ireland, but he escaped. They must now relocate Lord Nolen and destroy his plan for world domination as Ba’al’s emissary.

Eileen remained in Ireland to locate and recruit Terrans to help in the fight. Machnamh is Dagda’s greatest ally, and one of the pureblood Irish Spirit Keepers known to modern day Irish as the Sidhe. When Mach meets Eileen and Casey, the three must bind themselves together in passion as they meld their powers into the perfect weapon against Lord Nolen. Orphaned Casey, a Protector in the warrior class of Terrans, responds to the call.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781595785305
Publisher:
Liquid Silver Books
Publication date:
03/23/2009
Series:
Terran Realm , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
406
File size:
678 KB

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Meet the Author

I'm a native New Yorker, born and bred in Brooklyn, married for thirty-odd years (and they have been odd) to my high school sweetheart. Is it any wonder I became a romance novelist? I now live on a mountain top in rural Pennsylvania.

Although we haven't been blessed with children, we've had the pitter-patter of little Tibetan Terriers paws throughout our married life. Tibetan Terriers are called the "good luck" dog and they have been for us.

I play guitar and studied voice privately with a coach from Juilliard. I sing everything from folk music to Grand Opera-in ten languages including Gaelic and Hebrew.

Visit my website at http://www.jeannebarrack.com

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