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Drawing Down the Shades: Antique Magic series (Volume 3) Paperback – December 24, 2013
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"A definite add to your tbr list. Recommended."~ Denise Gardner, Lovers of Paranormal group, GoodReads.
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From the Author
If you love paranormal fantasy, magic, Celtic gods, and good witches, don't miss the rest of the Antique Magic series:
The Artist's Inheritance (book #1-Available now)
Caitlin's Book of Shadows (book #2--Available now)
Drawing Down The Shades (book #3--Available now)
Mourning Dove Locket (book #4--Available now)
Bicycle Requiem (a zombie novelette)
House of Dark Envy (a Victorian Romance)
Watchmaker's Heart (a Victorian Steampunk romance)
Passion's Sacred Dance(Celtic Stewards Chronicles, book #1)
Druid Warrior's Heart (Celtic Stewards Chronicles, book #2)
Druid Warrior Prince (Celtic Stewards Chronicles, book 3)
Sing a Mournful Melody (a Gothic short story)
Murder Upon a Midnight Clear
No Such Thing As Dasher
House of Cards (Reign of Tarot)
Lady of the Tarot (a Reign of Tarot novel)
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Nobody fret, I figured things out. *raises fist in victory*
Much like book 1, Caitlin is scrambling to figure out who or what is causing the odd disturbances and upheavals in her life. From the physical (items moving and an attic with attitude) to the emotional (her fear for Trevor's well-being), at least she has the help and support of her coven.
There were times when I wanted to give Caitlin a good shake. I do understand her not wanting to worry her husband, but when something potentially deadly could be hanging out in your attic I think sharing is a good idea. The better to prepare for it if did try to attack, right?
The overall story was interesting and I'm curious how the...erm, bad thing managed what they managed. (That's intentionally vague for all you spoiler-phobes out there. You're welcome.) Love love LOVE the addition of the new pet (total softie here. I totally own that.) and I'm curious how he'll help out in the future.
-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
After the events in the previous books, Caitlin is a touch jumpy when it comes to the supernatural rubbing elbows with her husband, so when the building Trevor's antique shop is in begins to show signs of being haunted, she quickly takes to the task of finding out all that she can. Is the place haunted? Had it been before or is this a new haunting? Is something after Trevor, or is the location simply happenstance? Is Caitlin being singled out by a vengeful goddess, or does this have nothing at all to do with the business her family is tied up in? Caitlin does not allow the unknown slow her down in the least -- her commitment to her family compels her through her fears and gives her courage when others might simply flee for safety.
I've waxed poetic previously about the relationship between Trevor and Caitlin, but it continues to be the backbone of this series, and Ms. Revezzo does a fantastic job of making that shine throughout.
One word of warning: this is decidedly not a stand-alone book. This is part of a series. Too often I've seen reviews given on not-book-one of a series, complaining that it didn't make any sense without reading the first book. You could, in theory, pick this up and read it as a first book, and you could likely even follow it. Do yourself a favor, though: start with The Artist's Inheritance and Caitlin's Book of Shadows. This is a great series!