SHADOWS OF PROPHECY
RACHEL LEE
ISBN #0-373-80219-6
January 1, 2006
Luna, Worldwide Library
233 Broadway, New York, NY 10279
Paperback
$13.95 U.S./$16.95 Canada
329 pages
Romance Fantasy
Rating:

Tess Birdsong fears the future. A foreboding appearance stalks her mind, trying to
locate her. She carries Ilduin blood and with its power and corruption, she seeks her
destiny. With no past memory, she still foresees a tremendous amount of hostilities,
suffering, and death that blankets much fear. As her knowledgeable power increases,
she regains some past memory loss hoping to use it as an advantage.

Sara Deepwell accepts the strength of her Ilduin blood. She joins Tess as they battle the
enemy of war. With Tom’s guidance, a man who loves her, she prepares for the battle.

Tom Downey loves Sara, yet feels undeserving of her. He wonders if his gift of prophecy
will end their association. The misfortune and trepidation of warfare create a struggle in
their relationship. His gift of prophecy talents could be helpful if he detects it in time.

Tess and Sarah, with the help of Tom, who is a seer of which they are not aware, along
with other Ilduins, seek to keep peace and unity in their tribe. When their mere existence
is threatened by war, jackals with a taste for blood must endure the hardship of battle to
fight for their freedom, while learning secrets inside the Temple about the Ilduin women
and their heritage.

Shadows of Prophecy sadly portrays dismay and wretchedness in war. It is a story
about peaceful people dedicated to keep their peace knitted together to withstand the
foe that keeps the reader glued to the pages. Ms. Lee pens a clash where the enemy
wins if the peacemakers use commanding wrath or hatred. The way she orchestrates
the characteristics of the characters is awesome. She paints a picturesque beauty even
though full of heartache, carries tremendous love and forgiveness to repair any
shattered world.

Cherokee
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
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