Lost Volumes by Marsha A. Moore

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    Lost Volumes kept me on the edge of my seat, made me chuckle and occasionally tear up. Her characters are developing more deeply and I just love going on their adventures with them.

    When Lyra McCauley learns residents of Dragonspeir’s Alliance are suffering with a deadly plague, she doesn’t heed the warnings of her fiancé, wizard Cullen Drake, to remain safe in her human world. After all, she’s the present Scribe—one of five strong women in her ancestry who possessed unique magic, each destined to protect the Alliance against the evil Black Dragon of the Dark Realm. With Cullen dependent upon Alliance power to maintain his immortality, the stakes are doubled for Lyra.

    She leaves her college teaching and puts herself at risk for the community afflicted by black magic. To find a cure, she and Cullen travel into the vile, lawless underworld of Terza to strike a bargain with an expert. Their efforts further enrage the Black Dragon, vowing to decimate the Alliance and avenge the murder of his heir.

    Lyra must secure the three lost volumes of the Book of Dragonspeir. Written by the three earliest Scribes, each book contains energy. Possession of the entire set will enable overthrow of the Dark Realm. Following clues into dangerous lands, Lyra and Cullen seek those volumes. His assistants, Kenzo the tiger owl and Noba the pseudodragon, prove invaluable aids. Only if they succeed, will the Alliance be safe and Lyra reach closer to the immortality she needs to live a life with Cullen.

    Review by rtimt:

    Marsha A. Moore
    Marsha A. Moore

    Marsha A. Moore has again exceeded my expectations with her third in the Enchanted Bookstore Legends series. Lost Volumes kept me on the edge of my seat, made me chuckle and occasionally tear up. Her characters are developing more deeply and I just love going on their adventures with them.

    Moore’s writing style brings me right into the action. I like the balance of power shifting back and forth a little bit between Lyra & Cullen … When one is weak, the other is stronger…A nice symbiotic relationship! I really feel like I know these characters and am sharing their adventures & emotions. Am sooo enjoying these books.

    Review by Linda Bass:

    Lrya McCauley saw Cullen’s e-mail message in her inbox and became very concerned as her Wizard rarely used the internet. She clicked on the message to see he had returned to Dragonspeir from his bookstore as his people were dying from a virus and then warned her not to come! As if that was going to happen, they were her people too since she had no family left alive on earth! She hurried from Aunt Jean’s home in upper Michigan and drove to Cullen’s shop……………

    Sire Cullen Drake saw that the virus caused by the Dark dragon was killing his people in horrible deaths. The Dark dragon wanted revenge for his son’s death and vowed all in the Alliance of Dragonspeier would die! Only one way to stop black magic was to fight with black magic and he and Lyra needed to go to Terza to get it but they never expected to have to fight scorpents, a Child’s tale come to life in living color! Then they heard about a book of dragonspeir in Terza and had to have it if there was any chance for peace between the realms.

    Marsha Moore pens the last of the trilogy where Lyra and Cullen discover there’s a chance to obtain all five books and defeat the Black dragon.