The Treasure Keeper

The Treasure Keeper

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Random House, Inc.
With such novels as Queen of Dragons and The Dream Thief, Shana Abé has created a unique and vividly imagined world that exists side by side with our own—a realm populated by a race of supersensual men and women whose power to change shape permits them unlimited acts of pleasure…and ever-present danger. Now the survival of the drákon rests in the hands of a young woman with untried and unexpected powers—and the powerful Alpha male she must break every drákon law to save.

The drákon are at war, surrounded by an enemy they have every reason to fear. The sanf inimicus are no ordinary human beings but the most dangerous of hunters. They’ve sworn to exterminate the shape-shifters whose presence they now can detect, and they’ve already claimed a prize prisoner: Lord Rhys Langford.

It’s a blow the drákon clans feel from Darkfrith, England, all the way to the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania. But it strikes no one harder than Zoe Cyprienne Lane. A mere seamstress’s daughter, Zoe isn’t even in the same league as Rhys. In fact, as an unwed male in the Alpha line, according to drákon custom, he owns her. So nothing could be more outrageous—or personally ruinous—than the mere notion that she might set out on her own to find her childhood friend...and first true love.

But the unexpected is exactly what Zoe intends to do. For years she’s been hiding two extraordinary Gifts that have set her apart from other drákon females: the power to become invisible and the power to feel others’ emotions. Now, guided by a link to Rhys—his presence and touch as electric as if he were beside her in the flesh—Zoe uses both Gifts to infiltrate the sanf inimicus. And for Rhys, whose time is running out, Zoe is his last lifeline to a world—and a love—he never thought he’d regain. Only together again, hunter and huntress, can they save the drákon from the traitor in their midst who would destroy them all.

Baker & Taylor
In the eighteenth-century English village of Darkfrith, the drâakon, an ancient tribe of shape-shifters, are being hunted, and when Zoe Lane senses the danger, she must contend with those who hunt her and her growing passion for the brash young Lord Rhys.

Blackwell North Amer
With such novels as Queen of Dragons and The Dream Thief, Shana Abe has created a unique and vividly imagined world that exists side by side with our own - a realm populated by a race of supersensual men and women whose power to change shape permits them unlimited acts of pleasure...and ever-present danger. Now the survival of the drakon rests in the hands of a young woman with untried and unexpected powers - and the powerful Alpha male she must break every drakon law to save.
The drakon are at war, surrounded by an enemy they have every reason to fear. The sanf inimicus are no ordinary human beings but the most dangerous of hunters. They've sworn to exterminate the shape-shifters, whose presence they now can detect, and they've already claimed a prize prisoner: Lord Rhys Langford.
It's a blow the drakon clans feel from Darkfrith, England, all the way to the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania. But it strikes no one harder than Zoe Cyprienne Lane. A mere seamstress's daughter, Zoe isn't even in the same league as Rhys. In fact, as an unwed male in the Alpha line, according to drakon custom, he owns her. So nothing could be more outrageous - or personally ruinous - than the mere notion that she might set out on her own to find her childhood friend...and first true love.
But the unexpected is exactly what Zoe intends to do. For years she's been hiding two extraordinary Gifts that have set her apart from other drakon females: the power to become invisible and the power to feel others' emotions. Now, guided by a link to Rhys - his presence and touch as electric as if he were beside her in the flesh - Zoe uses both Gifts to infiltrate the sanf inimicus. And for Rhys, whose time is running out, Zoe is his last lifeline to a world - and a love - he never thought he'd regain. Only together again, hunter and huntress, can they save the drakon from the traitor in their midst who would destroy them all.

Baker
& Taylor

In the secluded eighteenth-century English village of Darkfrith the drakon, an ancient tribe of shape-shifters, are being hunted by the sanf inimicus, and when beautiful and head-strong Zoe Lane senses the danger, she must contend with those who hunt her, her growing powers and her growing passion for the brash young Lord Rhys.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c2009
ISBN: 9780553806854
Branch Call Number: SCIFI ABE
Characteristics: 310 p. ;,24 cm.

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emerald2pac Sep 12, 2011

Great read romance, suspense, mystery, adventure and even a little sprinkling of horror not too much though. Definetly recommend reading the series in order though not a stand alone book well not without confusion. This is the 4th book in the Drakon series btw

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