Whispers from a shadowy realm...
Two worlds on the brink of collapse...
Only one force can claim the future...
Consumption of humanity by an epidemic of evil shadows has shifted to its final stage. Armed with a potent angelic weapon and a conjurer of the dead, Lord Tarsamon has strengthened his position to shut down the one woman who can stop his race to plunge Earth and Ardan-home of the immortals-into a perpetual state of darkness.
Finding the last of three keys hidden in an underworld of spells is the one hope remaining and a task only Sara Forrester can fulfill. Joined by her team, Sara must brave the cryptic City of Souls to release the ancient Egyptian powers she believed to be myths.
Can Sara rescue two worlds and a future she's fought lifetimes to claim with the one man she'd risk her soul to keep before time runs out?
About the Author
Dana Alexander is a summa cum laude graduate of Arizona State University who spent her career in Medicare policy, education and audit before being compelled to write the story of two souls connected across countless millennia and held together by their duty to the Alliance. When she isn't creating scenes, dialogue and realms for the series, her time is spent with family keeping cool in the ridiculously hot desert with their two huge, swim loving Labs, Ryley and Brodie. On a more personal note, Dana is passionate about efforts that work toward ending childhood abuse, loves the wisdom and depth found in the human spirit, and is fond of humor, kindness, performance cars and Labradors. Her series has been featured on the NYC Talon's Top 15 Beach Reads, with Flight of the Feathered Serpent being selected as one of only nine chosen for NetGalley's Next In A Series, as well as receiving numerous stellar reviews.
"A rapid-fire succession of action sequences alternates with the slower and quieter romantic moments between Kevin and Sara. Steamy romantic shifts provide some respite from the story's frenetic pace. The plot mixes Egyptian folklore with Tolkeinesque fantasy well, and its rich worldview is one of its greatest strengths....Short, punchy sentences help to control the pace while longer, more introspective lines help to establish an emotional undercurrent. Sara's narration drives the story forward, although chapters alternate with Lord Tarsamon's perspective, which gives the story its tension and intrigue. A good balance exists between exposition and dialogue. While the pursuit of and from Tarsamon plays a huge role in the plot, his actual dialogue is minimal. Rather, Tarsamon's presence serves as a device to move the narrative forward...Winter's Labyrinth is a fast and entertaining fantasy novel whose inventive world is richly built." --Foreword Review