Thorn Queen by Richelle Mead
Eugenie Markham is a shaman for contract. She’s paid
to tie and expel animals from the
In any case, something occurred after her last fight. She got to be ruler of the Thorn Land. With her kingdom shredded, her adoration life in tumult, and anxious to stay away from the prescience about her firstborn annihilating humankind, the occupation’s truly not so great.
Presently young ladies are vanishing from the Otherworld, and nobody appears to discover why. Alternately to put a conclusion to it. Not that Eugenie’s upset by spilling fey blood, but rather this foe is astute, unpretentious, and hazardous – and nursing an exceptionally individual resentment.
Eugenie must wander profound into the Otherworld and trust in a power she can scarcely control. She might be a hesitant ruler, yet she’s promised to do her obligation, regardless of the possibility that it implies confronting the darkest and deadliest side of her inclination.