The Time Weaver

The Time Weaver

Book - 2010
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  From the highly acclaimed author ofThe Treasure KeeperandQueen of Dragonscomes this mesmerizing new novel of the drÁkon, a supersensual race of shapeshifters whose world exists side by side with our own. In The Time Weaver, a young drÁkon woman discovers she possesses a unique gift, one that brings her closer to her destined love-at the cost of their very lives.     Honor Carlisle may have been born into the drÁkon clan but she's always felt like a stranger to her kin. It's an intuition that proves true when she receives a mysterious letter-a letter sent by her future self. Honor learns she is a Time Weaver: a creature with the extraordinary ability to transport herself into the past or future. But the letter contains a dire warning. If Honor remains in her home at Darkfrith, she is certain to be killed. Fleeing for sanctuary among old friends in Spain, she practices her Weaving and unknowingly draws closer to an even more immediate danger. For on one of her Weaves into the future, Honor encounters the very man she should most avoid: the prince of a rival tribe of drÁkon. Drawn to Prince Alexandru of Zaharen, Honor is unable to resist the temptation of Weaving to him again and again across time. As they surrender to a desire that brings the present and future ever closer, they realize they are true soulmates. But they also risk fulfilling a terrible prophecy-for their union is destined to wreak havoc. Now Honor and Sandu must place their trust-and their lives-in each other's hands, and their faith in a magical love that could restore order to the drÁkon universe-or destroy it forever.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780553806861
Characteristics: 325p. cm.

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nblaster
Oct 31, 2011

Of all the books in the Drakon series, this is definitely the worst one...

emerald2pac Sep 20, 2011

Another great read magical, mysterious and unquie can't say enough about it. This is the 5th book in the drakon series it leaves you on the edge of your seat for the next one.

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jasonyoung7767
Apr 13, 2011

I think that Shanna Aber is one on ff the most prolific lesbian, in the closet, type of "female" author I have ever read... The only reason that I keep up with her work is because the (one) book that I read by her was soo (gay) that I was "only" just interested in seeing what the heck she was up too now (pitying the woman) : ) Not that I "dislike" the woman or anything, she has "varyosly," creative imaginative, skills... end quote.
The only thing that is the difference between her and an Asops fable though is that she is gay... but doesn't realize it yet... I am sure that this book is worth reading : ) but... again... at least you know what you are getting into : ) As I am sure with this book. Correct me if I am wrong?

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