- Book Name:Fearless Magic (Star-Crossed, #3)
- Book Author:Rachel Higginson
- Book Genre:Fantasy, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal Romance, Romance, Witches, Young Adult
- Book Series:Book 3 in the Star-Crossed series
- Book ASIN:B005YPDUPI
- Date of Publication:October 22, 2011
- PDF File Size:0.97Mb
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Eden Matthew’s world is in shambles. Her grandfather viciously murdered, her twin brother held without magic, and her best friends imprisoned, all at the hands of the one man that was supposed to love her for eternity. She has been betrayed, and now she is being hunted by a king that wants her dead. Eden must pick up the pieces of her life and stand alone against the tyranny that threatens to destroy her world. Alone she must find a way to rebuild the Resistance, locate her missing parents, save her loved ones and take down the monarchy. Everything is against her, including forbidden feelings of a love that she thought was buried. She has declared war and now stands on the precipice of defeat. Losing is not an option however, and Eden must find a way to overcome her emotions, fight through her pain and restore the magic to her kingdom. Fearless Magic is the third installment of The Star-Crossed Series.
“Step up? Are you kidding me? I just broke into their fortress! Into the Prince's bedroom! There were like hundreds of Titans and I got out of there completely unharmed.” I sat forward in my chair, completely willing to arm wrestle my way to a win if I needed to. “But instead of killing the Prince, you healed him and instead of finding out anything useful you gave them vital information about you and your damned healing smoke, so I'm not exactly sure what you intended to glean from your first espionage experience, 360/725 but I don't think you won that altercation.” Sebastian looked out the window and I suppressed the urge to slap him. “Did you know that would happen? Is that why you advised me to go? So I could heal your beloved cousin?” I swallowed the rage, the blind hatred that urged me to push Sebastian out of the airplane. “How could I have known that you were capable of healing people?” He turned back to face me, the smallest spark of life, lighting his face. “Fine, but all of your people believe that he was dying because of the detachment of our magics. So whether or not you knew I could heal him completely is irrelevant. Did you believe my magic alone would heal him? At least give him more time?” I asked directly, putting the pieces together. “That was part of it, yes. I wanted him to have more time.” Sebastian looked down at 361/725 the table, his chestnut hair, falling limply across his forehead. “And what was the other part?” I asked carefully. I didn't know exactly what he would say, but still, a sweeping feeling of nausea washed over me at the anticipation of his words. “Because he loves you.” He looked up at me again; he was strong-willed despite his weak state. “Eden, he has regretted that dreadful night since the moment it happened and I thought, that if you saw him, if you saw him....