The Last Seers
Edric has risen through the ranks from scrappy orphan to top soldier. He protects the Seers, an influential family blessed and cursed with supernatural gifts and hunted to near extinction. When he as to reveal himself to protect one Seer’s heart as well as her body, he finds himself in love with the one woman he can’t have.
Tavia is a lethal assassin, a House Keeper, caught between two worlds she’d die to protect, but will she give up her heart to a man?
An evil is rising that can’t be fought with a sword and the fates of everyone Tavia and Edric love and have sworn to protect hang in the balance. Their best defense are the last Seers.
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