Mark of the raven

by Busse, Morgan L.,

Format: Print Book [2018]
Availability: On Order 5 copies
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Summary
Lady Selene is the heir to the Great House of Ravenwood and the secret family gift of dreamwalking. As a dreamwalker, she can enter a person's dreams and manipulate their greatest fears or desires. For the last hundred years, the Ravenwood women have used their gift of dreaming for hire to gather information or to assassinate.

As she discovers her family's dark secret, Selene is torn between upholding her family's legacy--a legacy that supports her people--or seeking the true reason behind her family's gift.

Her dilemma comes to a head when she is tasked with assassinating the one man who can bring peace to the nations, but who will also bring about the downfall of her own house.

One path holds glory and power, and will solidify her position as Lady of Ravenwood. The other path holds shame and execution. Which will she choose? And is she willing to pay the price for the path chosen?

Additional Information
Series Busse, Morgan L. Ravenwood saga ; bk. 1.
Subjects Ability -- Fiction.
Imaginary places -- Fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
Publisher Minneapolis, Minnesota :[2018]
Language English
Description 341 pages : map ; 22 cm.
ISBN 9780764232220
0764232223
9780764232824
0764232827
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