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Forbidden love. Fate. Immortal warriors cursed to walk in shadow. 

Embraced by Shadow is the sixth and final book in the Shadow Walkers series. The book picks up after Reborn in Shadow and is all about Monroe. Not to mention, the final showdown between Thorne and Dayne. 

A World Weary Ex-Cop Makes a Desperate Choice....

Monroe MacDonald envied the Shadow Walkers and their power ever since he found out about this world within a world. Desperate to join the brotherhood, he makes a choice that carries deadly consequences and finds himself in a battle for his very soul. 

While the Woman He Needs Finds Out Her Entire Life Is a Lie....

Amy Weaver is tired of waiting for Monroe to get his act together. Fed up, she escapes to Ravensmore where events set in motion reveal her entire life has been a lie.

And the World Teeters on the Brink of Utter Chaos....

While Monroe battles for his soul and Amy comes into her powers, the war between Shadow Walkers and Day Walkers has come to a crescendo, the brotherhood is staggering under the weight of loss...and the potential destruction of not only the entire Shadow Walker brotherhood but the world as we know it is at stake. It's brother against brother as Thorne and Dayne face each other to decide who will rule over all the realms. 

I hope you all will enjoy this thrilling conclusion to the Shadow Walker world. If you enjoy persnickety gods, supernatural creatures, and ghosts with the ability to manifest physical bodies, then Embraced by Shadow is for you.

©2014, 2019 Cynthia Luhrs (P)2020 Cynthia Luhrs

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