The Blackhart Code:
Don't let the monsters grind you down
A Blackhart can see the supernatural behind everyday crimes. But some crimes hide even greater evils...
Kit Blackhart must investigate why children are disappearing from a London estate. However, their parents, police and fae allies claim to know nothing. And as yet more children disappear, the pressure mounts. Luckily, or unluckily, government trainee Dante Alexander is helping Kit with the case. Yet just as her feelings towards him begin to thaw, his life falls apart. As Kit struggles to unravel his problems and dangerous secrets, she meets fae Prince Thorn in her dreams – but their relationship is utterly forbidden.
Then Kit digs too deep, and uncovers a mystery that’s been hidden for one thousand years. It’s a secret that could just tear down our world.
Liz is far too fond of coffee shops and beautiful stationery but she uses both as incentive to keep on writing. Having been born and raised in South Africa, Liz now lives in the UK with her husband and their unruly Jack Russell. Liz has always loved reading and writing, much to the annoyance of her family who could never leave pens lying about without finding her scribbling on walls or bits of paper.
It was when she moved to the UK that Liz decided to not give up on her dream to become a published writer. She set to work to read as many books as she could and this led to her setting up My Favourite Books book blog which she ran for around eight years. Through blogging she met a great many authors whose own ... (more)
Written by Tim (2014-11-11)
"Vowed" continues the story that started in "Banished" a few months earlier, featuring Kit Blackhart. With almost 500 pages - about 100 more than the first book - a lot happens in this novel and everything is just as magical as what happened before. The only teeny tiny negative remark I can think of, is that De Jager sometimes ends and starts her chapters at annoying points in the story, like in the middle of a conversation. To me, that works a bit confusing at times.