Hidden Wings

Hidden Wings Kanji is the last royal Kuro swan an ancient race who once served the demonic Sidhee The Kuro were betrayed and given as slaves to the Dryma fairies When a Dryma is born his soul attaches to a tree

  • Title: Hidden Wings
  • Author: Ana Raine
  • ISBN: 9781634767514
  • Page: 109
  • Format: ebook
  • Kanji is the last royal Kuro swan, an ancient race who once served the demonic Sidhee The Kuro were betrayed and given as slaves to the Dryma fairies When a Dryma is born, his soul attaches to a tree and to sustain their lives, the Dryma conscript the Kuro to protect their woods In their servitude, the Kuro are languishing and dying off Kanji is desperate to reunite hiKanji is the last royal Kuro swan, an ancient race who once served the demonic Sidhee The Kuro were betrayed and given as slaves to the Dryma fairies When a Dryma is born, his soul attaches to a tree and to sustain their lives, the Dryma conscript the Kuro to protect their woods In their servitude, the Kuro are languishing and dying off Kanji is desperate to reunite his people with their stolen wings, but the task seems impossible.When Kanji discovers a plan to unite the Sidhee and the Dryma, he tricks the Sidhee prince and attends a masked ball in disguise There he meets Prince Tristan, who is nothing like the other fairies Kind and compassionate, Tristan has a plan to free the Dryma from their dependence on the trees and their need of the Kuro s protection It could mean freedom for Kanji s people, but it might also mean choosing between them and the life of the fairy who is impossibly his mate.When Tristan is wounded in battle and left for dead, his survival depends on the success of his experiments Can Kanji dare to believe, or must he come to terms with the loss of his mate

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    1. Nooooo,WTH!! That ending was no way to end this awesome book! I want a sequel now, Kanji and Tristan need their happy ending!!

    2. A Joyfully Jay review. 2 starsThe blurb to Hidden Wings really intrigued me, so I was ready to dive into this book once I received it. Unfortunately the plot was so excessively and unnecessarily convoluted that I nearly walked away without finishing.Let’s start with the positive though. I applaud the author for using swans as the focal point of this non-traditional shifter story. Oft time avians get lost amongst the more traditional werewolves, so a race of swans offered up a wonderfully elega [...]

    3. Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance I am on a bit of a fantasy kick at the moment. I blame Ana Raine as she started it. When you read a book that makes you want more just like it, that is a good thing. She did that. For full review see Prism Book Alliance® prismbookalliance/?p=4

    4. Disappointed this book did not have a warning, like other Dreamspinner Press books, that this book does not have a Happily Ever After ending.

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