This is another wonderful Shannon Drake vampire book! Absolutely love this vampire series, so far! :) She really blends the characters from book to book so that new characters are introduced to already existing characters! Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!
A wonderful book! Hubby and I were having a rocky time after dealing with years of infertility; depression; and normal newlywed obstacles - this book set us up to succeed! We read a chapter a day and the chapters were so brief (a few pages) that it was no problem and we found ourselves learning how to be better spouses! :) Definately recommend this book for newlyweds and for those that feel they have "lost the spark" of their marriage.
Very good book! I copied all the information I found useful into my own private book, so this one could be shared with others! :) It took me hours to copy all the useful info - the whole book is useful! :)
Definately worth reading if you are new to the Siamese breed or someone who is looking for information about "old style" Siamese as this book provide pictures of Siamese with very round "apple" shaped heads and also pictures of those Siamese with "wedge" modern heads.
From Publishers Weekly=
Mosse's page-turner takes readers on another quest for the Holy Grail, this time with two closely linked female protagonists born 800 years apart. In 2005, Alice Tanner stumbles into a hidden cave while on an archeological dig in southwest France. Her discovery—two skeletons and a labyrinth pattern engraved on the wall and on a ring—triggers visions of the past and propels her into a dangerous race against those who want the mystery of the cave for themselves. Alaïs, in the year 1209, is a plucky 17-year-old living in the French city of Carcassone, an outpost of the tolerant Cathar Christian sect that has been declared heretical by the Catholic Church. As Carcassonne comes under siege by the Crusaders, Alaïs's father, Bertrand Pelletier,entrusts her with a book that is part of a sacred trilogy connected to the Holy Grail. Guardians of the trilogy are operating against evil forces—including Alaïs's sister, Oriane, a traitorous, sexed-up villainess who wants the books for her own purposes. Sitting securely in the historical religious quest genre, Mosse's fluently written third novel (after Crucifix Lane) may tantalize (if not satisfy) the legions of Da VinciCode devotees with its promise of revelation about Christianity's truths. 8-city author tour. (Mar.)