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 Angelâ€™s thread is cut short, and no one knows how.
Now itâ€™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 (Ainâ€™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
Ainâ€™t No Devil – Andrea Wasse
I Feel Like Iâ€™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 â€“ messy meaning it took me thirty minutes to make that shit look cute â€“ the sweaty tendrils plastered themselves against my neck and the side of my face like Iâ€™d glued them there. Which totally explained why Barrett gave me a bitchy tongue cluck of derision.
â€œYou had to pick a fight today of all days?â€
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.
â€œWhat? You donâ€™t think you can make me presentable in the twelve hours we have to get ready? Some fairy godmother you are.â€
Barrettâ€™s lips parted to answer me just as I felt a frisson of magic rake across my skin. I wasnâ€™t supposed to be able to feel magic being spent. I wasnâ€™t supposed to be able to see the motes and hexlines or catch the way each spellâ€™s scent differs from the other. I perceived all parts of magic â€“ 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, sheâ€™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 lifeâ€¦ 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.