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Bitter Seed of Magic by Suzanne McLeod
January 17, 2012 - Amy Phelps
A spellcracker must try to undo a curse before it becomes her undoing in "The Bitter Seed of Magic" by Suzanne McLeod.
Genny knows that an ancient curse has beset the lesser fae - one that affects their fertility. But now it seems as if it has mutated and is now killing the faeling children - and Genny is half fae. The fae have an idea that a child will stop the curse and want Genny to give birth, but Genny isn't sure she's ready for that or what kind of life she'd be cursing a child to.
When she is called in on the case of a dead faeling that seems to be magically bound, Genny begins to wonder if more sinster forces are at work. And though she's torn between two men - her handsome boss Finn and the seductive vampire Malik, she may not be alive long enough to make a choice.
With a moody atmosphere, this story of a London populated by witches, vampires and fae will bring plenty of dark twists and turns.
"The Bitter Seed of Magic" is published by Ace. It is $7.99 and 357 pages long.
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