After surviving an epic battle, an epic betrayal, and a heart-shattering epic loss, Jenevier is still reeling from the devastating pain. Setting the universe back to rights and calming the chaos left in the wake of her dark husband’s wrath is all that’s keeping her tormented soul from crumbling into tiny, irrecoverable pieces.
Ashgard—the land of layer four, home of her youth—she returns there with a glimmer of hope pleading loudly within her heart. If her dearest friend Jezreel yet lives… perhaps it will give her the needed strength to go on.
Blissfully, Fate chooses to finally smile upon the tiny Angel of Death when she finds not only her beloved childhood friend alive and well, but her handsome emerald-eyed first love is lying fast asleep in her old feather bed.
With Alastyn by her side and Jezreel now happily wed to the elegant Elven Prince, Jenevier lets the immense joy of their long overdue reunion wash over her. Caught up in the euphoria of charmed love and amazing new revelations, she never sees the treacherous onyx-eyed little devil lurking about the ancient trees of Mangladune… until it’s too late.
Follow Jenevier Olesia Embarr as she continues upon the twisted path that is her magical life in the fourth installment of JK Ensley’s A Dance with Destiny, where every curse has a blessing, and every blessing has a curse. As it should be.
About the Author
JK Ensley is a native Tennessean by way of Missouri, born there and quickly ushered down South. A product of public school and private college, she spent her early twenties bouncing across the country. Fascinated by rich culture, ancient customs, and thick accents, she’s compelled to drink in the many exquisite differences humanity is gifted with. A self-described, happily divorced mother of three with a black belt in snarkism and an über common minivan, she does little to hide her wicked wit, advanced sarcasm, and extreme shoe addiction. “At the core of me, I’m one slightly twisted, pink haired, sword wielding, invisible ninja with a laptop, an imagination, and very little me time. That’s just who I am. I’m comfortable in my skin and I love my life. Totally not kidding about the hair, the swords, or the laptop, but I might’ve stretched it just a little with the invisible part.”