Galine Harris is tired of running. She has spent the last year fleeing a host of enemies. Sirin, the immortal stealing souls, still hunts her. Her daughter Sera pursues Galine with the same relentless determination. But the one threat that constantly hounds Galine is the God that cursed her with her role as the Gamayun. From Him she can never escape, and He seems more determined than ever to punish her. She is sent vision after vision stealing weeks of her life, each more bewildering than the last. What is she to learn from these glimpses into the past? In her waking hours, Galine is haunted by the threat hanging over Sasha. When will God lose patience with their relationship? Around every corner she sees a way He might end Sasha. Will it be a bullet from Sirin’s gun or will God simply tell his heart to stop beating? Galine even begins to fear visits from Zhanna. The small child she once found endearing has grown alarming with her warnings. Galine still has no idea who or what she is.
In this fourth book of The Gamayun Prophecies, Galine will no longer be able to fly out of her enemies’ grasp. Some of them will catch her. When they do, what will be the cost? Must she forfeit her sister, Alex and Harper’s baby, or her husband of a few short months?
About the Author
Lara Chase was born and raised in rural Indiana surrounded by corn fields. Finding her environment somewhat boring, she spent most of her childhood with her nose buried in a book or writing stories in her head to entertain herself. Eventually she decided she should probably start writing some of them down. After graduating high school, Lara decided a change of scenery was in order. She lived in Oklahoma, Minnesota, and Illinois picking up the first bachelor’s degree she doesn’t use and a husband. The husband she’s quite fond of, but the states she wasn’t as taken with. She moved again, but this time she was smitten. It would likely take an act of Congress to remove her from Durham, North Carolina. Since relocating, Lara has acquired another bachelor’s degree that has proven to be merely decorative. She still gets restless at times, though, so she and her husband swap houses with families in other countries. Lara wrote some of the first lines of The Gamayun Prophecies hanging precariously out of a third floor apartment window in Italy trying to get a wireless signal. Luckily, writing at home is usually less dangerous. Her greatest threat there is the disgruntled cat who keeps sitting on her keyboard.