Title: Lady of Madness & Moonlight
Series: Rogue Ethereal #3
Series: Rogue Ethereal #3
Author: Annie Anderson
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Release Date: June 25, 2019
Maxima Alcado returns in another heart-pounding installment of the international bestselling Rogue Ethereal Series.
A former Rogue being presented to the Fates. What could go wrong?
When I was offered a seat on the Ethereal Council, no one said anything about meeting the actual Fates. On the day of my presentation, not only do I offend the three women who control every single thread of life, but an Angel’s thread is cut short, and no one knows how.
Now it’s my job to find out who did it before the death is pinned on me and starts an all-out Angel-Demon war.
Maybe being a Rogue was the least of my problems.
Used to the Darkness – Des Rocs
you should see me in a crown – Billie Eilish
Bird Set Free – Sia
We Come Together – Regina Price
Kids (Ain’t All Right) – Grace Mitchell
Beekeeper – Keaton Henson
The Safety Dance – Sleeping At Last
In the End (feat. Fleurie & Jung Youth) – Tommee Profitt
Trouble – Valerie Broussard
Ain’t No Devil – Andrea Wasse
I Feel Like I’m Drowning – Two Feet
Savior – Rise Against
Wake Me Up (feat. Fleurie) – Tommee Profitt
bury a friend – Billie Eilish
Diminuendo (fest. Britt Warner) – Lawless
Headlock – Bad Boy Bill
Wicked Ones – Dorothy
to the grave (feat. Mike Stud) – Bea Miller
Run Me Out – Zola Jesus
Kill of the Night – Gin Wigmore
Genesis – Ruelle
Church (feat. Valen) – Lawless
Watchtower – Michael McCann
Lost Without You – Freya Ridings
The End – Klergy
Siberian Nights – The Kills
Can You Hear Me (feat. Young Summer) – UNSECRET
The Walker – Fitz and The Tantrums
My Love Will Never Die (feat. Claire Wyndham) – AG
Throne – Bring Me the Horizon
Go Your Own Way – Lissie
Bones of Man – Equador
White Rabbit – Haley Reinhart
Shine a Light – Banners
Unnatural – Bonhom
Groaning, I blew a wayward strand of blue hair from my face. Half my hair was falling out of the messy bun – messy meaning it took me thirty minutes to make that shit look cute – the sweaty tendrils plastered themselves against my neck and the side of my face like I’d glued them there. Which totally explained why Barrett gave me a bitchy tongue cluck of derision.
“You had to pick a fight today of all days?”
Of course, I did. If I was going to walk into a room full of Ethereal upper crust and let them look me over like a slab of beef, then I was getting all my rage out now. Really, it was safer for everyone that way.
“What? You don’t think you can make me presentable in the twelve hours we have to get ready? Some fairy godmother you are.”
Barrett’s lips parted to answer me just as I felt a frisson of magic rake across my skin. I wasn’t supposed to be able to feel magic being spent. I wasn’t supposed to be able to see the motes and hexlines or catch the way each spell’s scent differs from the other. I perceived all parts of magic – how it looked, how it smelled, how it felt.
The sensation of a wolf jumping to his other form had a very specific composition. It was part moonlight and part the breeze flowing through a thatch of trees. It was wildness and blood and freedom.
And death. Lots and lots of death.
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Annie Anderson is a military wife and United States Air Force veteran. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she is a southern girl at heart, but has lived all over the US and abroad. As soon as the military stops moving her family around, she’ll settle on a state, but for now she enjoys being a nomad with her husband, two daughters, an old man of a dog, and a young pup that makes life… interesting.
In her past lives, Annie has been a lifeguard, retail manager, dental lab technician, accountant, and now she writes fast-paced romantic thrillers with some serious heat.