The Dark Night Whispers by Joanna Mazurkiewicz
(The Whispers series #2)

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New Adult Paranormal Romance
Mature Content Advisory
Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual situations

This year Ania is hoping to snap out of her depressed mood. She spends her summer locked up in her room, thinking about Gabriel who is somewhere between life and death.

So when Adam, Gabriel’s best friend, turns up on her doorstep and tells her that he can take her to him, Ania refuses because she can’t go through the same hell again. Her heart has already been ripped out of her chest.

She returns to Swansea to start another year at University, but her education is not the most important thing – she ends up getting more involved in the new and dangerous world of the Sprites. This year doesn’t seem to be any easier than the last one, and on top of everything else, she has to find the cure for the Iron curse before Gabriel’s life will end forever.

All at once, Ania is juggling her University work, investigating the kidnapping of a young girl from America for the University paper and trying to fight with the attraction to a handsome blond-haired Sprite who has appeared in her life so unexpectedly.

To confuse Ania even more, she is finding well-known fairy tales in her pocket. They don’t seem to make any sense until she makes a decision to follow her emotions and start looking for her real family.

Will she ever get to the end of this emotional rollercoaster?

The Whispers of the Sprite (book 1) available now FREE on Amazon
The Dark Night Whispers (book 2) available now
Her Secret Whispers (book 3 ) available now
My Last Whisper (book 4) available now
 

About Joanna Mazurkiewicz

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Published January 5, 2013 249 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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