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With the wedding only days away, the Ministry is thrown into turmoil when another murder is committed by a shape-shifter. But this time, the newspapers make the connection to werewolves - and the Ministry. Suddenly, the attention is focused on Lichfield Towers and its residents as the police investigate and parliament wants to shut the organization down.

It could spell the end of everything Charlie has come to love. As the authorities close in and ministry secrets are exposed, past allies can no longer be trusted. Can Charlie save her home, her loved ones, and herself? Or will she lose Lincoln and her friends forever?

©2018 C.J. Archer (P)2018 C.J. Archer

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  • marcia wilton
  • 15-04-2018

what a wonderful book I cannot wait until book 10

I was so in love with Lincoln and ' Charlie '.
please ,please, please find time for book 10. I can't wait !

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  • Lee
  • 29-03-2018

The resolution for Charlie and Lincoln

This is the 9th of 10 books in this series. It brings about the resolution of Charlie and Lincoln's relationship, and the Ministry of Curiosities. I've tended to discount romance novels because of the cliche plot, and this series follows the general cliche formula...but I didn't expect that there was going to be a great plot outside the romance, nor did I expect to care about the characters--both of which occurred.

I am now a fan of CJ Archer, and hope that there are more cross-over stories that include Charlie and Lincoln even as peripheral characters...and I would love to revisit them in another book/short story.