Cate Culpepper is a 2005 & 2008 Golden Crown Literary Society Award Winner in the SCI-FI/FANTASY category. She grew up in southern New Mexico, where she served as the state lesbian for several years, before moving to the Pacific Northwest almost twenty years ago. She now resides in Seattle with her faithful sidekick, Kirby, Warrior Westie. Cate supervises a housing program for homeless young gay adults. She proudly cites Xena: Warrior Princess™ as a much-loved inspiration for the strong women she portrays in her original fiction.
Queens of Tristaineby Cate Culpepper
Tristaine's hard-won peace is shattered when a lethal epidemic threatens to devastate the Amazon clan. Their only hero for a cure lies in the sinister laboratories of the City Clinic. To save the
When a deadly plague stalks the Amazons of Tristaine, Jess and Brenna must return to the place of their nightmares, the notorious City Clinic, to find a cure.
Tristaine's hard-won peace is shattered when a lethal epidemic threatens to devastate the Amazon clan. Their only hero for a cure lies in the sinister laboratories of the City Clinic. To save the sisters they love, Jess and Brenna must leave their mountain village and return to the malevolent government facility that almost cost them their lives. The danger they face is harrowing, the stakes enormous…and they have precious little time.
Book Four in the Tristaine Series
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It was an interesting sequel and a good way to end the series. There were some good amounts of suspense and drama, which it looks like to be the main focus in this volume. The action and romance was good, but there were not that many scenes with them. There are some new characters and some unexpected things happen, which helps the story. It was a good last volume as far as I know.
I truely enjoyed the series on the amazons and inhaled them in a matter of a few days! I just sorry it had the end