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From her first fateful glimpse of the Sahar Stone to the explosive battle in Asphodel, Piper fought with Ash and Lyre beside her. A draconian and an incubus - an unlikely friendship of two skilled warriors, deadly in very different ways, both hiding dark secrets and dangerous pasts. 

Now, return to the Steel & Stone world - this time through their eyes. In this collection of short stories set on the same timeline as the original series, Ash and Lyre reveal a whole new side to the trials they faced - both familiar scenes and never-before-heard adventures. Discover Ash's first impression of Piper, their fight in the Styx ring, Lyre's secret role in the escape from Asphodel, and more.

©2017 Annette Marie (P)2018 Tantor

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  • 05-07-18

It's too bad....

I was looking forward to this collection of stories from Ash and Lyre's perspective, but the format did really detract from the overall enjoyment. By having just a collection instead of working them into a full narrative it's just too disjointed to enjoy as much as the original works unlike Warrior by Karen Lynch or Hudson by Laurelin Paige which also gave the male's perspective (summing up a series of books originally told by the female protagonist). The narrator was wonderful but because the story wasn't engaging, I found myself being put to sleep to his dulcet tones.