Hidden Huntress

Hidden Huntress begins where Stolen Songbird left off – but this time the scenery shifts focus to the human city of Trianon.  Any relief the reader feels, regarding Cecile’s escape from her captors, quickly disappears when Trianon reveals secrets just as dark as those beneath the ground in Trollus.

The author loads this second book in the Malediction Trilogy with action and surprises.  Jensen also brings back her ruthless theme: hard decisions come with brutal consequences.  Nothing comes easy to the characters in this tale.

Hidden Huntress is blessed with a cast of heroes and villains who, whether trolls or humans, are brought to life by fantastic writing.  Vibrant scenery makes this story a treat.  A strong theme strongly links it to the first book in this series and, I hope, to the trilogy’s upcoming conclusion, Warrior Witch.

Hidden Huntress does not disappoint!  This story is told with a confidence earned through vivid scenery, bright characters, and a theme that holds everything together like steel wire.

– Cowering King

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