[EPUB] ✼ The Dark Days Deceit Author Alison Goodman – Pv1.info

[EPUB] ✼ The Dark Days Deceit Author Alison Goodman – Pv1.info The Thrilling, Genre Bending Conclusion To Lady Helen S Demon Hunting Adventures, Set In The Glittering Regency World.Lady Helen Has Retreated To A Country Estate Outside Bath To Prepare For Her Wedding To The Duke Of Selburn, Yet She Knows She Has Unfinished Business To Complete She And The Dangerously Charismatic Lord Carlston Have Learned They Are A Dyad, Bonded In Blood, And Only They Are Strong Enough To Defeat The Grand Deceiver, Who Threatens To Throw Mankind Into Chaos But The Heinous Death Soaked Ligatus Helen Has Absorbed Is Tearing A Rift In Her Mind Its Power, If Unleashed, Will Annihilate Both Helen And Carlston Unless They Can Find A Way To Harness Its Ghastly Force And Defeat Their Enemy.In The Final Book Of The Trilogy That Began With THE DARK DAYS CLUB And Continued With THE DARK DAYS PACT, The Intrepid Lady Helen S Story Hurtles To A Shocking Conclusion Full Of Action, Heartbreak, And Betrayal.

10 thoughts on “The Dark Days Deceit

  1. mith mith says:

    yeah, no offence, but the covers in this series are terrible.and even WORSE is that it s coming out in november THIS IS CALLED THE DARK DAYS DECEIT and i just saw Sept 2018 so i ll be in my grave until then when will I GET SOME NEWS

  2. Nastassja Nastassja says:

    Another favorite series delivers a low blow, crushing my girlish hopes of the epic finale and heartstopping romance What do you expect from a series that ended previously on a high note of girlish squicks and dancing around the room Right You expect epic conclusion You expect the high to be even higher You definitely do not expect t

  3. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    Ooops Big error I just read book three before reading book 2 Oh well, no point going back and reading book 2 now because I know what happens So, just review book 3 anyway It was pretty good and it rounded up all the loose ends It seemed a little long but I was happy with the end result of the love triangle The final battle was really exciting Helen has come

  4. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    EDIT, January 21st, 2017 Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh This book is incredibly far away HOW can I wait, after that ending The Dark Days Pact Tell me it isn t so

  5. Theresa Theresa says:

    While I still really enjoyed this book and read it in a single day, it was definitely my least favourite in the series The magic system goes pretty much haywire here, there s a lot that I was confused about and most importantly while I love a good slow burning romance, I also want that to properly pay off and that decidedly did not happen here in my opinion You think I read t

  6. Fafa& Fafa& says:

    Review posted on Fafa s Book Corner Beware spoilers ahead Trigger warning Death, physical violence, drugging someone, manipulation, cheating, sexism, misogynistic society, graphic fight scenes, and abuse of power authority.The Dark Days Deceit was read for the theme Reborn Tales For a book group called The Theme Thieves.Lady Helen is preparing for her wedding to the Duke of Selburn Sh

  7. Lauren James Lauren James says:

    This is the third and final book in a trilogy that s best described as Jane Austen meets Buffy A Regency lady discovers that she is one of the few people able to fight and kill demons, which take over human bodies and feed on souls With the help of her mentor, the brooding Lord Carlston, she has to learn how to fight them, while also keeping her secret superhero alter ego hidden from high soci

  8. Kalie Kalie says:

    Listen With this last book being published in a handful of months and the trilogy being soon complete, I m going to need way people to read the series because it is an underrated gem and EVERYONE IS SLEEPING ON IT.So here s my plea Get on it Please I m sitting here, having just finished the final book, and I want to scream about it to an audience who would understand my blathering, but I can t because

  9. Veronique Veronique says:

    Goodman finally offers us a great conclusion to this urban fantasy Once , the early nineteenth century setting of Bath is painted in many, historically correct, details This is something that has always impressed me, namely the amount of work the author has had to do to gather all these, and then use them in a light hand The result creates a compelling and vivid world, but also a contrast to the fantastic compo

  10. Lata Lata says:

    This had a lot of elements I enjoyed, starting with the little details of Regency life of the English gentry, and of Bath in the early 1800s I liked the way Alison Goodman contrasted all the rules governing the gentry s interactions with the urgent needs of the member of the Dark Days Club to investigate and stop the work of the Grand Deceivers and other Deceivers I actually enjoyed how Helen chafed at having to pick fa

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