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Between Golden Jaws by Tiffany Trent

Between Golden Jaws

by Tiffany Trent

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I liked this one a lot more than the second. Can't wait to read the fourth. ( )
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Corrine and her friends race to London, in the hopes of finding a rathstone that will help them end this terrible war with the Fey. The girls search the Victorian city only to find that their plan has led to more danger than ever before. With the girls' lives on the line, the Fey Prince offers Corrine a deal: become his consort and her friends can go in peace. Will Corrine fall into the Prince's arms to save her friends? Or can she find another way?

In the third book of the Hallowmere series, author Tiffany Trent weaves a dark tale of romance, deception, and dangerous fairies.

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Corrine and her friends travel to London, hoping to find a rathstone that will help them end the ongoing war with the Fey.

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