9.95 In Stock
The epic fourth book in Jennifer Allis Provost’s dystopian urban fantasy series, Copper Legacy.Sara never thought her life would be like this.For starters, she never dared hope her family would be whole again. After they rescued her father—the real one, this time—the Corbeaus settled into life at Silverstrand Manor. Sara should be able to relax and enjoy her life with her elf husband, Micah. But, things aren’t as peaceful as they seem.In the Otherworld, the Gold Queen still wants Sadie’s pledge, and is prepared to go to extreme lengths to obtain it. Sara vows to protect her sister by any means necessary, even if it means dethroning the current queen.In the Mundane world, where Elementals are treated as little more than animals, the magic war still rages against the Peacekeepers. Led by Mike Armstrong, the Peacekeepers seek to harness Elemental abilities for their own gain—oh, and Sara’s best friend, Juliana, just so happens to be Mike’s niece. Juliana also had a fling with Sara’s brother, Max, while he was a prisoner. That’s not complicated.Meanwhile, Max struggles to reclaim his life after spending the last decade imprisoned in a Peacekeeper research facility. He just wants to find his place in the world, and figure out if he still has a place in Juliana’s life—not that she seems to want him hanging around. Max throws himself into helping the resistance, but he can’t help being drawn into Juliana’s orbit. Then, thanks to Juliana’s insider information about the Peacekeepers, they find information to finally turn the tide to the Elemental’s favor.Then Sadie does the unthinkable, and Sara and Max must draw on all of their strength to preserve what’s left of their family, stop the Peacekeepers, and save the entire Otherworld. No big deal, right?
About the Author
Jennifer Allis Provost is a native New Englander who lives in a sprawling colonial along with her beautiful and precocious twins, a dog, two cats, a maroon-bellied conure, and a wonderful husband who never forgets to buy ice cream. As a child, she read anything and everything she could get her hands on, including a set of encyclopedias, but fantasy was always her favorite. She spends her days drinking vast amounts of coffee, arguing with her computer, and avoiding any and all domestic behavior.